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Because she was the first Haitian female to be appointed Justice at the Haitian Supreme Court. In addition, she was the first female to be head of the country (1990-1991). She was also the first president who organized free and democratic elections that put Jean-Bertrand Aristide on power in 1991. She is also the brilliant author of several reference books (Law, history, politics, woman rights etc) . Ertha Pascal-Trouillot means a lot to the people of Haiti and to every other nation who knows her for her immaculate reputation and her intellect.

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