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TRUE DEMOCRACY RIGHT NOW IN HAITI!
CIRH-RDH 2010-2030
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2023 Republic of Haiti
UNIVERSAL FEDERAL DEMOCRACY

THE GREATEST CONVENTION OF ALL TIME

HAITI, UK AND USA (06/13/1799)!

This Agreement consists of eight articles and two annexes, was signed on June 13, 1799 in Santo Domingo between the English General Thomas Maitland, the General Consul of the United States Dr. Andrew Steven and General Toussaint Louverture for the new Haiti. The global economic situation has just been disrupted by the slave revolt in Santo Domingo, which then accounts for half of the world's cotton and coffee production and one third of that of sugar.

John Adams

Proclamation of June 26, 1799 Regarding Commerce with St. Domingo

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

A PROCLAMATION. JUNE 26, 1799 Whereas by an act of the Congress of the United States passed the 9th day of February last, entitled "An act further to suspend the commercial intercourse between the United States and France and the dependencies thereof," it is provided that at any time after the passing of this act it shall be lawful for the President of the United States, if he shall deem it expedient and consistent with the interests of the United States, by his order to remit and discontinue for the time being the restraints and prohibitions by the said act imposed, either with respect to the French Republic or to any island, port, or place belonging to the said Republic with which a commercial intercourse may safely be renewed, and also to revoke such order whenever, in his opinion, the interest of the United States shall require; and he is authorized to make proclamation thereof accordingly; and Whereas the arrangements which have been made at St. Domingo for the safety of the commerce of the United States and for the admission of American vessels into certain ports of that island do, in my opinion, render it expedient and for the interest of the United States to renew a commercial intercourse with such ports: Therefore I, John Adams, President of the United States, by virtue of the powers vested in me by the above-recited act, do hereby remit and discontinue the restraints and prohibitions therein contained within the limits and under the regulations here following, to wit:

1. It shall be lawful for vessels which have departed or may depart from the United States to enter the ports of Cape Francois and Port Republicain, formerly called Port-au-Prince, in the said island of St. Domingo, on and after the 1st day of August next.

2. No vessel shall be cleared for any other port in St. Domingo than Cape Francois and Port Republicain.

3. It shall be lawful for vessels which shall enter the said ports of Cape Francois and Port Republicain after the gist day of July next to depart from thence to any other port in said island between Monte Christi on the north and Petit Goâve on the west; provided it be done with the consent of the Government of St. Domingo and pursuant to certificates or passports expressing such consent, signed by the consul-general of the United States or consul residing at the port of departure.

4. All vessels sailing in contravention of these regulations will be out of the protection of the United States and be, moreover, liable to capture, seizure, and confiscation. Given under my hand and the seal of the United States, at Philadelphia the 26th day of June, A. D. 1799, and of the Independence of the said States the twenty-third.

JOHN ADAMS By the President: TIMOTHY PICKERING Secretary of State.

John Adams

Proclamation of May 9, 1800 Regarding Remission of Prohibitions on Certain Ports

BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

A PROCLAMATION. MAY 9, 1800.

Whereas by an act of Congress of the United States passed the 27th day of February last, entitled "An act further to suspend the commercial intercourse between the United States and France and the dependencies thereof," it is enacted that at any time after the passing of the said act it shall be lawful for the President of the United States, by his order, to remit and discontinue for the time being, whenever he shall deem it expedient and for the interest of the United States, all or any of the restraints and prohibitions imposed by the said act in respect to the territories of the French Republic, or to any island, port, or place belonging to the said Republic with which, in his opinion, a commercial intercourse may be safely renewed, and to make proclamation thereof accordingly; and it is also thereby further enacted that the whole of the island of Hispaniola shall, for the purposes of the said act, be considered as a dependence of the French Republic; and

Whereas the circumstances of certain ports and places of the said island not comprised in the proclamation of the 26th day of June, 1799, are such that I deem it expedient and for the interest of the United States to remit and discontinue the restraints and prohibitions imposed by the said act in respect to those ports and places in order that a commercial intercourse with the same may be renewed:

Therefore I, John Adams, President of the United States, by virtue of the powers vested in me as aforesaid, do hereby remit and discontinue the restraints and prohibitions imposed by the act aforesaid in respect to all the ports and places in the said island of Hispaniola from Monte Christi on the north, round by the eastern end thereof as far as the port of Jacmel on the south, inclusively. And it shall henceforth be lawful for vessels of the United States to enter and trade at any of the said ports and places, provided it be done with the consent of the Government of St. Domingo. And for this purpose it is hereby required that such vessels first enter the port of Cape Francois or Port Republicain, in the said island, and there obtain the passports of the said Government, which shall also be signed by the consul-general or consul of the United States residing at Cape Francois or Port Republicain, permitting such vessel to go thence to the other ports and places of the said island hereinbefore mentioned and described. Of all which the collectors of the customs and all other officers and citizens of the United States are to take due notice and govern themselves. In testimony, etc.

JOHN ADAMS By the President: TIMOTHY PICKERING Secretary of State.

Source: A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents Prepared under the direction of the Joint Committee on printing, of the House and Senate Pursuant to an Act of the Fifty-Second Congress of the United States. New York: Bureau of National Literature, Inc., 1897 .

LE PACTE DES ACCORDS POUR LA RECONSTRUCTION DE LA NOUVELLE REPUBLIQUE D’HAITI

(Août 2022 - Août 2023)

L’Accord Tri-Partite du 13 Juin 1799 - l’Accord de l’Ile des Gouverneur du 3 Juillet 1993 - l’Accord de Port-au-Prince du 18 Septembre 1994 - Les Moniteurs No. 29 et 30 de 2010 - l’Accord del Rancho du 14 Mars 2014 - l’Accord du 5 Juin 2021 - l’Accord du 9 Juillet 2021 (PEN) - l’Accord de Montana du 30 Août 2021 - l’Accord du 11 Septembre 2021