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Developments concerning the national emergency with respect to Haiti message from the President of the United States transmitting a report on developments since his last report on November 13, 1993, concerning the national emergency with respect to Haiti, pursuant to 50 U.S.C. 1703(c)
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103d Congress, 2d Session - - House Document 103-246


DEVELOPMENTS CONCERNING THE NATIONAL
EMERGENCY WITH RESPECT TO HAITI





MESSAGE

FROM


THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

TRANSMITTING

A REPORT ON DEVELOPMENTS SINCE HIS LAST REPORT OF NO-
VEMBER 13, 1993, CONCERNING THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY
WITH RESPECT TO HAITI, PURSUANT TO 50 U.S.C. 1703(c)


APRIL 26, 1994.-Message and accompanying papers referred to the
Committee on Foreign Affairs and ordered to be printed


U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE


WASHINGTON : 1994


79-011











To the Congress of the United States:
1. In December 1990, the Haitian people elected Jean-Bertrand
Aristide as their President by an overwhelming margin in a free
and fair election. The United States praised Haiti's success in
peacefully implementing its democratic constitutional system and
provided significant political and economic support to the new gov-
ernment. The Haitian military abruptly interrupted the consolida-
tion of Haiti's new democracy when in September 1991, it illegally
and violently ousted President Aristide from office and drove him
into exile.
2. The United States, on its own and with the Organization of
American States (OAS), immediately imposed sanctions against the
illegal regime. The United States has also actively supported the
efforts of the OAS and the United Nations to restore democracy to
Haiti and to bring about President Aristide's return by encouraging
and facilitating a political process involving all the legitimate Hai-
tian parties. The United States and the international community
also offered material assistance within the context of an eventual
settlement of the Haitian crisis to support the return to democracy,
build constitutional structures, and foster economic well-being.
In furtherance of these twin objectives-restoration of constitu-
tional democracy and fostering economic recovery-as discussed in
section 10 below, the United States has taken additional measures
to block the U.S.-located assets of persons (civilian as well as mili-
tary) whose conduct, or material or financial support, has assisted
the illegal maintenance of the illegitimate regime in Haiti, includ-
ing persons obstructing the U.N. Mission in Haiti or the implemen-
tation of the Governors Island Agreement, and persons perpetuat-
ing or contributing to the violence in Haiti. In addition, in an effort
to stabilize employment and minimize economic hardship for the
local populace in Haiti, U.S. persons currently licensed to deal with
the vital Haitian assembly sector have received reauthorization
through May 31, 1994.
3. This report is submitted to the Congress pursuant to 50 U.S.C.
1641(c) and 1703(c), and discusses Administration actions and ex-
penses since my last report (November 13, 1993) that are directly
related to the national emergency with respect to Haiti declared in
Executive Order No. 12775, as implemented pursuant to that order
and Executive Orders Nos. 12779, 12853, and 12872.
4. Economic sanctions against the de facto regime in Haiti were
first imposed in October 1991. On October 4, 1991, in Executive
Order No. 12775, President Bush declared a national emergency to
deal with the threat to the national security, foreign policy, and
economy of the United States caused by events that had occurred
in Haiti to disrupt the legitimate exercise of power by the demo-
cratically elected government of that country (56 Fed. Reg. 50641).
In that order, the President ordered the immediate blocking of all






property and interests in property of the Government of Haiti (in-
cluding the Banque de la Republique d'Haiti) then or thereafter lo-
cated in the United States or within the possession or control of a
U.S. person, including its overseas branches. The Executive order
also prohibited any direct or indirect payments or transfers to the
de facto regime in Haiti of funds or other financial or investment
assets or credits by any U.S. person, including its overseas
branches, or by any entity organized under the laws of Haiti and
owned or controlled by a U.S. person.
Subsequently, on October 28, 1991, President Bush issued Execu-
tive Order No. 12779, adding trade sanctions against Haiti to the
sanctions imposed on October 4 (56 Fed. Reg. 55975). This order
prohibited exportation from the United States of goods, technology,
services, and importation into the United States of Haitian-origin
goods and services, after November 5, 1991, with certain limited
exceptions. The order exempted trade in publications and other in-
formational materials from the import, export, and payment prohi-
bitions and permitted the exportation to Haiti of donations to re-
lieve human suffering as well as commercial sales of five food com-
modities: rice, beans, sugar, wheat flour, and cooking oil. In order
to permit the return to the United States of goods being prepared
for U.S. customers by Haiti's substantial "assembly sector," the
order also permitted, through December 5, 1991, the importation
into the United States of goods assembled or processed in Haiti
that contained parts or materials previously exported to Haiti from
the United States. On February 5, 1992, it was announced that
specific licenses could be applied for on a case-by-case basis by U.S.
persons wishing to resume a pre-embargo import/export relation-
ship with the assembly sector in Haiti.
5. On June 30, 1993, I issued Executive Order No. 12853 that ex-
panded the blocking of assets of the de facto regime to include as-
sets of Haitian nationals identified by the Secretary of the Treas-
ury as providing substantial financial or material contributions to
the regime, or doing substantial business with the regime. That
Executive order also implemented United Nations Security Council
Resolution ("UNSC Resolution") 841 of June 16, 1993, by prohibit-
ing the sale or supply by U.S. persons or from the United States,
or using U.S.-registered vessels or aircraft, of petroleum or petro-
leum products or arms and related materiel of all types to any per-
son or entity in Haiti, or for the purpose of any business carried
on in or operated from Haiti, or promoting or calculated to promote
such sale or supply. Carriage of such goods to Haiti on U.S.-reg-
istered vessels is prohibited, as is any transaction for the evasion
or avoidance of, or attempt to evade or avoid, any prohibition in the
order.
6. As noted in my previous report, apparent steady progress to-
ward achieving the firm goal of restoring democracy in Haiti per-
mitted the United States and the world community to suspend eco-
nomic sanctions against Haiti in August 1993. With strong support
from the United States, the United Nations Security Council adopt-
ed Resolution 861 on August 27, 1993, suspending the petroleum,
arms, and financial sanctions imposed under UNSC Resolution
841. On the same day, the Secretary General of the OAS an-
nounced that the OAS was urging member states to suspend their







trade embargoes. In concert with these U.N. and OAS actions, U.S.
trade and financial restrictions against Haiti were suspended, ef-
fective at 9:35 a.m. e.d.t., on August 31, 1993.
These steps demonstrated my determination and that of the
international community to see that Haiti and the Haitian people
resume their rightful place in our hemispheric community of de-
mocracies. Our work to reach a solution to the Haitian crisis
through the Governors Island Agreement was however seriously
threatened by accelerating violence in Haiti sponsored or tolerated
by the de facto regime. The violence culminated on October 11,
1993, with the obstruction by armed attachess," supported by the
Haitian military and police, of the deployment of U.S. military
trainers and engineers sent to Haiti as part of the United Nations
Mission in Haiti. The Haitian military's decision to dishonor its
commitments made in the Governors Island Agreement was
aggapent. On October 13, 1993, the United Nations Security Coun-
cil issued Resolution 873, which terminated the suspension of sanc-
tions effective at 11:59 p.m. e.d.t., October 18, 1993.
As a result, effective at 11:59 p.m. e.d.t., October 18, 1993, the
Department of the Treasury revoked the suspension of those trade
and financial sanctions that had been suspended, so that the full
scope of prior prohibitions was reinstated (58 Fed. Reg. 54024, Oc-
tober 19, 1993). In addition to the actions I took in Executive Order
No. 12853, the reinstated sanctions in the Haitian Transactions
Regulations, 31 C.F.R. Part 580 (the "HTR"), prohibit most unli-
censed trade with Haiti, and block the assets of the de factor re-
gime in Haiti and the Government of Haiti. Restrictions on the
entry into U.S. ports of vessels whose Haitian calls would violate
U.S. or OAS sanctions had they been made by U.S. persons were
also reinstated.
Also effective at 11:59 p.m. e.d.t., October 18, 1993, I issued Ex-
ecutive Order No. 12872 (58 Fed. Reg. 54029), authorizing the De-
partment of the Treasury to block assets of persons who have: (1)
contributed to the obstruction of UNSC resolutions 841 and 873,
the Governors Island Agreement, or the activities of the U.N. Mis-
sion in Haiti; 92) perpetuated or contributed to the violence in
Haiti; or (3) materially or financially supported either the obstruc-
tion or the violence referred to above. This authority is in addition
to the blocking authority provided for in the original sanctions and
in Executive Order No. 12853 of June 30, 1993, and ensures ade-
quate authority to reach assets subject to U.S. jurisdiction of mili-
tary and police officials, civilian attachess" and their financial pa-
trons meeting these criteria. A list of 41 such individuals was pub-
lished on November 1, 1993, by the Office of Foreign Assets Control
(FAC) of the Department of the Treasury (58 Fed. Reg. 58480).
On October 18, I ordered the deployment of six U.S. Navy vessels
off Haiti's shores. To improve compliance with the ban on petro-
leum and munitions shipments to Haiti contained in UNSC resolu-
tions 841 and 873, my Administration succeeded in securing the
passage of UNSC Resolution No. 875. UNSC Resolution 875 calls
upon the United Nations Member States acting either nationally or
through regional agencies or arrangements to halt inward mari-
time shipping for Haiti in order to inspect and verify that the
Haiti-bound cargo does not contain UNSC-prohibited petroleum or






arms. A multinational Maritime Interdiction Force that includes
elements of the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Coast Guard has been es-
tablished and now patrols the waters off Haiti.
7. The declaration of the national emergency on October 4, 1991,
was made pursuant to the authority vested in the President by the
Constitution and laws of the United States, including the Inter-
national Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.)
(IEEPA), the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.),
and section 301 of title 3 of the United States Code. The emergency
declaration was reported to the Congress on October 4, 1991, pur-
suant to section 204(b) of IEEPA (50 U.S.C. 1703(b)). The addi-
tional sanctions set forth in Executive Orders Nos. 12779, 12853,
and 12872, were imposed pursuant to the authority vested in the
President by the Constitution and laws of the United States, in-
cluding the statutes cited above, as well as the United Nations Par-
ticipation Act of 1945 (22 U.S.C. 287c), and represent the response
by the United States to the United Nations Security Council and
OAS directives and recommendations discussed above.
8. Since my report of November 13, 1993, FAC, in consultation
with the Department of State and other Federal agencies, has is-
sued General Notice No. 3, "Notification of Blocked Individuals of
Haiti." The Notice, issued January 27, 1994, identifies 523 officers
of the Haitian Armed Forces who have been determined by the De-
partment of the Treasury to be Blocked Individuals of Haiti. Gen-
eral Notice No. 4, issued April 4, 1994, identifies an additional 27
individual officers of the Haitian Armed Forces and one civilian
who have been determined by the Department of the Treasury to
be Blocked Individuals of Haiti. These are persons who are mem-
bers of the de facto regime or are blocked pursuant to Executive
Orders Nos. 12853 or 12872. (A comprehensive list of Blocked Indi-
viduals of Haiti was published on April 7, 1994 (59 Fed. Reg.
16548)).
U.S. persons are prohibited from engaging in transactions with
these individuals and with all officers of the Haitian military (as
members of the de facto regime), whether or not named in General
Notice No. 3 or No. 4, unless the transactions are licensed by FAC.
Additionally, all interests in property of these individuals that are
in the United States or in the possession or control of U.S. persons,
including their overseas branches, are blocked. U.S. persons are not
prohibited, however, from paying funds owed to these entities or in-
dividuals into the appropriate blocked account in domestic U.S. fi-
nancial institutions. Copies of the comprehensive list and of Gen-
eral Notices No. 3 and No. 4 are attached.
A policy statement, effective January 31, 1994 (59 Fed. Reg.
8134, February 18, 1994), was published to extend until March 31,
1994, the expiration date for all current assembly sector licenses is-
sued by FAC pursuant to the HTR, and a second policy notice, ef-
fective March 29, 1994, was published on April 1, 1994 (59 Fed.
Reg. 15342), extending these licenses through May 31, 1994. These
licenses have provided an exception to the comprehensive U.S.
trade embargo on Haiti under which the "assembly sector" has con-
tinued to receive parts and supplies from, and supply finished
products to, persons in the United States. Copies of the policy
statements are attached.






Assembly sector trade with the United States accounted for a sig-
nificant portion of Haiti's imports, and a substantial majority of its
exports, prior to the institution of the OAS-requested embargo in
November 1991. Although initially suspended due to the embargo,
assembly sector imports from and exports to the United States
were allowed to resume on a case-by-case basis beginning in Feb-
ruary 1992 in order to keep poorer segments of the Haitian popu-
lation employed and to reduce their incentive to attempt illegal and
dangerous immigration by sea to the United States and other coun-
tries. However, the continuing uncertainties of the Haitian situa-
tion have led to a sharp decline in assembly sector activity, where
employment is now estimated to be no more than 10 percent of pre-
embargo levels.
9. In implementing the Haitian sanctions program, FAC has
made extensive use of its authority to specifically license trans-
actions with respect to Haiti in an effort to mitigate the effects of
the sanctions on the legitimate Government of Haiti and on the
livelihood of Haitian workers employed by Haiti's assembly sector,
and to ensure the availability of necessary medicines and medical
supplies and the undisrupted flow of humanitarian donations to
Haiti's poor. For example, specific licenses were issued: (1) permit-
ting expenditures from blocked assets for the operations of the le-
gitimate Government of Haiti; (2) permitting U.S. firms with pre-
embargo relationships with product assembly operations in Haiti to
resume those relationships in order to continue employment for
their workers or, if they chose to withdraw from Haiti, to return
to the United States assembly equipment, machinery, and parts
and material previously exported to Haiti; (3) permitting U.S. com-
panies operating in Haiti to establish, under specified cir-
cumstances, interest-bearing blocked reserve accounts in commer-
cial or investment banking institutions in the United States for de-
posit of amounts owed the de facto regime; (4) permitting the con-
tinued material support of U.S. and international religious, chari-
table, public health, and other humanitarian organizations and
projects operating in Haiti; (5) authorizing commercial sales of ag-
ricultural inputs such as fertilizer and foodcrop seeds; and (6) in
order to combat deforestation, permitting the importation of agri-
cultural products grown on trees.
10. During this reporting period, U.S.-led OAS initiatives re-
sulted in even greater intensification and coordination of enforce-
ment activities. Continued close coordination with the U.S. Cus-
toms Service in Miami sharply reduced the number of attempted
exports of unmanifested, unauthorized merchandise. New FAC ini-
tiatives are expected to result in more effective coordination of Cus-
toms Service and Department of Justice activities in prosecution of
embargo violations. During the reporting period, the multinational
Maritime Interdiction Force that contains elements of the U.S.
Navy and U.S. Coast Guard, continued to patrol offshore Haiti an
to conduct ship boardings, inspections of cargoes bound for Haiti,
identification of suspected violators, and referrals for investigation.
The Maritime Interdiction Force has boarded 612 ships and di-
verted 38 of these ships for various reasons (inaccessibility of cargo
for inspection, items prohibited by the United Nations Security
Council embargo on board) from its inception to March 30, 1994.






Actions have been taken to counter embargo violations as they
have developed. There have been high-level discussions with the
Government of the Dominican Republic to encourage its stated de-
sire to cooperate with the United Nations in increasing the effec-
tiveness of the enforcement of the sanctions on that country's com-
mon border with Haiti across which fuel smuggling is occurring.
Other steps have been taken to control sales of bunker fuel by
ships in Haitian ports and smuggling of fuel in Haitian-Dominican
coastal waters.
The Department of the Treasury, in close coordination with De-
partment of State and the intelligence community, continues to
designate "Blocked Individuals of Haiti," blocking the assets of per-
sons (civilian as well as military) whose conduct meets the criteria
of Executive Orders Nos. 12755, 12853, and 12872, including per-
sons obstructing the U.N. Mission in Haiti or the implementation
of the Governors Island Agreement and persons perpetuating or
contributing to the violence in Haiti. The list was last expanded on
January 27, when the entire officer corps of the Haitian Armed
Forces was blocked as part of the de facto regime in Haiti, and on
April 4, when one additional civilian was added to the list. As oth-
ers subverting democracy in Haiti and additional members of the
officer corps are identified by name, these names will be incor-
porated into the list of "Blocked Individuals of Haiti."
Since the last report, 35 penalties, totaling in excess of $146,000,
have been collected from U.S. businesses and individuals for viola-
tions of the Regulations. Eighteen violations involved unlicensed
import- and export-related activity. As of March 4, 1994, 12 pay-
ments of penalties assessed against the masters of vessels for un-
authorized trade transactions or violations of entry restrictions to-
talled about $53,000. A significant penalty collection during the re-
porting period was from American Airlines for its direct payments
of taxes and fees to the de facto regime in Haiti.
11. The expenses incurred by the Federal Government in the 6-
month period from October 4, 1993, through April 3, 1994, that are
directly attributable to the authorities conferred by the declaration
of a national emergency with respect to Haiti are estimated at
about $3.4 million, most of which represent wage and salary costs
for Federal personnel. Personnel costs were largely centered in the
Department of the Treasury (particularly in FAC, the U.S. Cus-
toms Service, and the Office of the General Counsel), the Depart-
ment of State, the U.S. Coast Guard, and the Department of Com-
merce.
12. I am committed to the restoration of democracy in Haiti and
determined to see that Haiti and the Haitian people resume their
rightful place in our hemispheric community of democracies. Active
U.S. support for United Nations/OAS efforts to resolve the Haitian
crisis has led to the maintenance and enforcement of sweeping eco-
nomic sanctions. Our diplomatic efforts complementing these sanc-
tions are designed to encourage and facilitate participation by all
legitimate Haitian political elements in a broad-based political
process that will bring about the fulfillment of the undertakings
they made in the Governors Island Agreement so that Haitian de-
mocracy can be restored and President Aristide can return to Haiti.
Such a political process will enable the lifting of sanctions and the





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start of Haiti's economic reconstruction and national reconciliation.
The United States will continue to play a leadership role in the
international community's program of support and assistance for
the restoration of democracy and return of President Aristide to
Haiti.
I will continue to report periodically to the Congress on signifi-
cant developments pursuant to 50 U.S.C. 1703(c).
WILLIAM J. CLINTON.
THE WHITE HOUSE, April 25, 1994.


















DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
WASHINGTON DC. 20220


OFFICE OF FOREIGN ASSETS CONTROL
HAITIAN TRANSACTIONS REGULATIONS MA 7 7I94
31 C.F.R. Part 580

GENERAL NOTICE NO. 3

NOTIFICATION OF BLOCKED INDIVIDUALS
OF HAITI


General Notice No. 3 announces the names of 523 individual officers
of the Haitian Armed Forces who have been determined by the
Treasury Department to be Blocked Individuals of Haiti. The
persons identified on the attached list are included for the
following reason:

They are persons who seized power illegally from the
democratically elected government of President Jean-
Bertrand Aristide on September 30, 1991, or who since the
effective date of Executive Order 12775, acted or
purported to act directly or indirectly on behalf of, or
under the asserted authority of, such persons or of any
agencies, instrumentalities or entities purporting to act
on behalf of the de facto regime in Haiti or under the
asserted authority thereof, or any extra-constitutional
successor thereto.

This action by the Office of Foreign Assets Control is based upon
the determination that the Haitian Armed Forces, including officers
of all ranks, are part of the de facto regime in Haiti or its
extra-constitutional successors and is pursuant to the authority of
Executive Order No. 12775 of October 4, 1991, the International
Emergency Economic Powers Act, 50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq., and sections
580.303 and 580.307 of the Haitian Transactions Regulations, 31
C.F.R. Part 580.

U.S. persons are prohibited from engaging in transactions with
these individuals and all officers of the Haitian military, whether
or not named in the list released today, unless the transactions
are licensed by the Office of Foreign Assets Control. All officers
of the Haitian military are subject to the blocking and
transactional prohibitions, which apply to all members of the de
facto regime. Additionally, all assets in the United States or in
the possession or control of U.S. persons, including their overseas
branches, owned or controlled by these individuals are blocked.
U.S. persons are not prohibited, however, from paying funds owed to
these entities or individuals into blocked Government of Haiti
Account No. 021083909 at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, or,
pursuant to specific licenses issued by the office of Foreign
Assets Control, into blocked accounts held in the names of the
blocked parties in domestic U.S. financial institutions.

WARNING: This list is not all-inclusive and will be updated from





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time to time. Unlicensed transactions with entities and
individuals who fall within the definition of the de facto regime
in Haiti found at section 580.303 of the Haitian Transactions
Regulations or who are identified as Blocked Individuals of Haiti
(58 Federal Register 58480, November 1, 1993) are prohibited.


Issued:



R. Richard Newcomb
Director
Office of Foreign Assets Control


'Date f









DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
WASHINGTON. D.C. 20220

BLOCKED INDIVIDUALS
OF HAITI #3

ACCLUCHE, Alberic L., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 29 Oct 44.

ADOLPHE, Francois J., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Apr 47.

AIMABLE, Jacques Jean, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 21 Jan 42.

ALCENAT, Jean-Dugas, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 25 Jun 40.

ALCEUS, Raoul, Captain; Haiti; DOB 15 Apr 53.

ALCIDE, Anthony, Major; Haiti; DOB 15 Sep 44.

ALCY, Pierre-Antoine, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Aug 40.

ALEUS, Louisme, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 May 56.

ALEXANDRE, Amos, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 24 Jul 46.

ALEXANDRE, Carel Camille, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 19 Jul 63.

ALEXANDRE, Dusner, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 27 Jul 60.

ALEXANDRE, Jean Charlaime, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 01 Feb 45.

ALEXANDRE, Johel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Mar 54.

ALEXANDRE, Joseph Dieunor, Captain; Haiti; DOB 23 Apr 58.

ALEXANDRE, Kebeau, Ensign; Haiti; DOB 30 Dec 52.

ALEXANDRE, Paul Francois, Captain; Haiti; DOB 27 Oct 45.

ALEXANDRE, Samuel, Captain; Haiti; DOB 05 Oct 55.

ALEXIS, Dioget, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Jul 59.

ALEXIS, Jean Carlo, Captain; Haiti; DOB 19 Jan 58.

ALEXIS, Joseph B., Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 16 Jan 42.

ALEXIS, Roland, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 22 Apr 61.

ALFRED, Joseph Brice, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Nov 46.

ALMONOR, Herard, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 Aug 48.

ALTIDOR, Garie, Captain; Haiti; DOB 11 Apr 58.

ALTIDOR, Rodrigue, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 30 Nov 50.

ALZUPHAR, Aldof, Major; Haiti; DOB 16 Dec 46.








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ALZUPHAR, Jean-Marie B., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 21 Nov 60.

ANDOU, Adolphe, Captain; Haiti; DOB 24 May 53.

ANDRE, Charles Altenor, Commander; Les Cayes, Haiti; DOB 01 Dec 53.

ANDRE, Louis-Frito, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Jun 48.

ANDRE, Ruguins, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 01 Oct 64.

ANDRE, Voltaire, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Dec 50.

ANDRESOL, Mario, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Jul 60.

ANTOINE, Jean Edouard M., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Apr 40.

ANTOINE, Jonas, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 30 Nov 42.

ANTOINE, Raynald Fritz, Captain; Haiti; DOB 24 Sep 61.

ASMATH, Luc Roger, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Jun 53.

AUDATE, Frantz, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Jun 68.

AUGUSTIN, Anne Mario, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Jul 61.

AUGUSTIN, Edner, Captain; Haiti; DOB 19 May 49.

AUGUBTIN, Henr RHobert, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 21 Jun 51.

AUGUSTIN, Michel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Jun 37.

AVRIL, Buteau, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 19 Oct 55.

BARTHELEMY, Joseph Luma, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Jan 54.

BARTHELUS, Joseph, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Oct 48.

BASTIEN, Baker, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 31 May 46.

BASTIEN, Karl-Henry, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 Dec 58.

BASTIEN, Ludwig, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Jun 63.

BASTIEN, Patrick Henri, Captain; Haiti; DOB 26 Apr 58.

BAZARD, Louis Eric, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Apr 37.

BAZELAIS, Antoine, Major; Haiti; DOB 20 Feb 40.

BAZILE, David, Major; Haiti; DOB 04 Aug 55.

BAZILE, Franck, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Dec 58.

BAZILE, Serge, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Apr 50.









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BEAUBIEN, Fontane, Major; Haiti; DOB 20 Aug 54.

BEAUBRUN, Noel Sylvatt, Captain; Haiti; DOB 25 Dec 38.

BEAUDOUIN, Louis Jacques, Major; Haiti; DOB 21 Jul 48.

BEAUGE, Hugo, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 22 May 61.

BELHOMME, Patrick, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 May 59.

BELNEAU, Sylvio, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Aug 38.

BELZIR, Ecclesiaste, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 19 Feb 54.

BENECHE, Ery, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 19 Dec 49.

BENOIT, Etienne, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 13 Jan 35.

BERTRAND, Dezile, Major; Haiti; DOB 31 Mar 51.

BERTRAND, Dominique, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Apr 53.

BIJOUX, Frantz, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 May 62.

BLAISE, Jean-Baptiste P., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Mar 64.

BLANC, Andree G., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 21 Sep 56.

BOISNORD, Lheriase, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 03 Feb 48.

BOUCARD, Rosevald, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Oct 60.

BOUCHER, Edner, Major; Haiti; DOB 24 Mar 56.

BOULIN, Marie-Carmelle, Captain; Haiti; DOB 15 Jul 55.

BOURDEAU, Serge, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 29 Aug 45.

BOYER, Christophe D., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 19 Sep 55.

BRICE, Francois, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 May 53.

BROSSARD, Harry Alix, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Apr 50.

BRUNEAU, Jean-Rotchild, Captain; Haiti; DOB 05 Jun 54.

CADET, Emmanuel, Captain; Haiti; DOB 05 Feb 46.

CALIXTE, Alix Calico, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 25 Aug 44.

CALIXTE, Geriles, Captain; Haiti; DOB 04 Mar 55.

CANTAVE, Jean-Rociny, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 May 38.

CARRENARD, Philippe, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 14 May 49.









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CELESTIN, Yves, Lieutenant Commander; Haiti; DOB 19 Oct 54.

CELIN, Franck, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 10 Sep 50.

CENAFILS, Castera, Captain; Haiti; DOB 22 Oct 53.

CENEAC, Rony, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Jan 60.

CESAR, Abelar, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 Jan 56.

CESAR, Jean-Kermichel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 09 Sep 43.

CHAM, Julio, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 Nov 47.

CHAMPAGNE, Jean Yves Hancy, Captain; Haiti; DOB 06 Feb 60.

CHAMPAGNE, Leisner, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Jul 59.

CHAPUSETTE, Marie Carline, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 24 Jan 60.

CHARLES, Astral, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 25 Dec 50.

CHARLES, Benoit, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 May 59.

CHARLES, Faustin, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Aug 51.

CHARLES, Jean Clement, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 Sep 48.

CHARLES, Josel, Major; Haiti; DOB 23 Feb 51.

CHARLES, Joseph, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 06 Mar 38.

CHARLES, Martin Laerte, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 27 Jul 57.

CHARLES, Mercidieu, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 Aug 53.

CHARLES, Pierre Gerald, Captain; Haiti; DOB 09 Jul 59.

CHARLES, Pierre-BHearic, Captain; Haiti; DOB 06 Jul 57.

CHARLES, Soifaite, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 21 Dec 36.

CHARLES, Webert, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Apr 57.

CHARLES-PIERRE, Jean-Marie, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 Aug 59.

CHARLES-PIERRE, Lina J., Captain; Haiti; DOB 02 Dec 55.

CHARLES-PIERRE, Sandry F.M., Captain; Haiti; DOB 02 Jun 61.

CHARLEUS, Joseph Rivaud, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Jan 40.

CHARLIER, Antony, Captain; Haiti; DOB 27 Oct 58.

CHARLOTIN, Frits, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Dec 53.










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CHATELIN, Lucien A., Captain; Haiti; DOB 06 Jun 41.

CHERENEFANT, Tony, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 Aug 37.

CHERFILS, Berge, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Mar 47.

CHERISKA, Eric, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Sep 62.

CHERY, Fritzner, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 11 Oct 60.

CHERY, Georges Fils, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 30 May 51.

CHERY, Pierre-Andre, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 09 Jul 59.

CHERY, Victor Louis, Captain; Haiti; DOB 24 Dec 38.

CINEAS, Charles R.E., Major; Haiti; DOB 24 May 51.

CINEAS, Victor, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 14 Oct 42.

CINEUS, Auguste Ulrick, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 21 Feb 62.

CINTELLUS, Antoine A.B., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Oct 59.

CLEMENT, Antony, Captain; Haiti; DOB 07 May 54.

CLEMENT, Jacques, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 27 Jan 59.

CLERMONT, Jean-Roger, Captain; Haiti; DOB 24 Oct 38.

COFFY, Gesner, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Aug 55.

CORENTIN, Willio, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Feb 53.

CORIDON, Clausel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 29 Sep 59.

COUTARD, Marie E.C., Captain; Haiti; DOB 19 Nov 54.

CREVECOEUR, Rodrigue, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 10 Feb 55.

CYPRIEN, Jean Thomas, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 24 Apr 58.

CYRILLE, Denis, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 18 Nov 44.

DAGRIN, Plano, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 Aug 46.

DEBROSSE, Neptune M., Captain; Haiti; DOB 21 May 44.

DEGRAFF, Jean Ernst, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 24 Nov 43.

DELAUNAY, Joseph Oracien, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 21 Jan 49.

DELILE, Jehbova, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Jul 48.

DELTOR, Pierre Cauil, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 06 Feb 61.









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DELVA, Reginald, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 31 Aug 67.

DENIS, Jacques, Major; Haiti; DOB 09 Mar 55.

DERVIL, Elie-Franc, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Sep 55.

DERVILUS, Andre Labanet, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Dec 40.

DESAMOURS, Antoinius, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Oct 48.

DESARMES, Louis, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 02 May 38.

DESIR, Roland, Captain; Haiti; DOB 24 Nov 55.

DESPLANTES, Serge, Major; Haiti; DOB 18 Feb 55.

DESROSE, Jean-Philippe, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Jan 49.

DESROSIERS, Eddy, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 03 Nov 61.

DEBROSIERS, Jean-Guy, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Mar 46.

DESROSIERS, Joseph Hubert, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 Nov 40.

DESSANT, Joseph Franck, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Jun 55.

DESSIN, Jean Baptista C., Captain; Haiti; DOB 15 Jan 44.

DEUS, Damas, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 01 Aug 39.

DEVILMA, Joseph M., Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 04 Dec 48.

DIEUDONNE, Brutus M., Colonel; Haiti; DOB 03 Dec 38.

DIEUDONNE, Louicin, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 25 Sep 61.

DIMANCHE, Jean-Robert, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Aug 45.

DOLCINE, Jean-Marty, Captain; Haiti; DOB 26 Oct 39.

DOMINIQUE, Jean Claude, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 02 Sep 51.

DOMINIQUE. Ralph, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 11 Feb 61.

DORGELUS, Ludovic, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Sep 40.

DORVAL, Ilertant, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Jul 43.

DORVAL, Paul, Major; Haiti; DOB 08 Nov 49.

DORVIL, Roland, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Oct 53.

DORVILIER, Jean Christian, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 09 Sep 39.

DORZIN, Abner, Ensign; Haiti; DOB 07 Aug 50.










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DOUILLON, Lamartine, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 22 Jul 48.

DOURA, Stagne, Captain; Haiti; DOB 18 Jan 58.

DUBIC, Joseph Raoul, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 Feb 41.

DUBUCHE, Berrier, Captain; Haiti; DOB 18 May 45.

DUCHEMIN, Guy, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 29 Sep 31.

DUMAS, Joseph Laurent, Major; Haiti; DOB 09 Jul 47.

DUMERGEANT, Gilius J., Captain; Haiti; DOB 17 Jan 41.

DUMORIN, La. Maoari, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 25 Jan 48.

DUPOUX, Serge, Major; Haiti; DOB 22 Jan 56.

DUVERNE, Jean Emmanuel, Major; Haiti; DOB 22 Nov 51.

DUVERSEAU, Jean-Robert, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 27 May 54.

EDOUARD, Charles, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 Jan 46.

EDOUARD, Eddy, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 19 Nov 62.

EDOUARZIN, Jean Maurice, Captain; Haiti; DOB 25 Oct 44.

ELIE, Jean-Nesly, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 02 Dec 60.

ELYSEE, Antoine Fenelon, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 Jun 36.

EMILE, Jean Abner, Captain ; Haiti; DOB 29 Jan 56.

EMILE, Saint-Louis, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 01 Jul 40.

EMILIEN, Michel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 Jun 39.

EMMANUEL, Exaus, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 Jan 40.

ESTIMABLE, Sedeine, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Mar 49.

ETIENNE, Arista Harry, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 27 Oct 58.

ETIENNE, Jean-Mary, Major; Haiti; DOB 21 Sep 52.

ETIENNE, Joasilien, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Jul 54.

ETIENNE, Lord Warner, Major; Haiti; DOB 22 Mar 52.

ETIENNE, Renan, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Aug 64.

EUGENE, Antoine, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 21 Jul 42.

EUSTACHE, Wilson, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 20 Nov 42.






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EXCELLENT, Bertrand Ronald, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 24 May 61.

EXCEUS, Rock, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Aug 61.

FAIETON, Dieudonne, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 31 Dec 53.

FELIX, Jean-Daniel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 May 59.

FELIX, Jean-Rabel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Feb 57.

FETIERE, Edmond, Captain; Haiti; DOB 09 Mar 62.

FIDELE, Jean-Luckner, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 Aug 60.

FILS-AIME, Gerard, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 02 Oct 44.

FILS-AIME, Herve, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Jan 63.

FILTIDOR, Louis Jean, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 27 Feb 46.

FLEURY, Antoine, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 27 Jul 63.

FLORESTANT, Joseph Lemoine, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 18 Nov 49.

FLOREXIL, Edwin, Major; Haiti; DOB 04 Feb 55.

FORCANT, Carol, Captain; Haiti; DOB 26 Jan 39.

FRANCE, Pierre-Noel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Dec 52.

FRANCOIS, Jean Harvay, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 09 Nov 47.

FRANCOIS, Jean-Pierre, Major; Haiti; DOB 18 Mar 51.

FRANCOIS, Jerome, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Apr 44.

FRANCOIS, Paul Audmar, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Aug 62.

GABRIEL, Jean Robert, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 11 Aug 58 or 11 Aug 53.

GARCON, Alterme Maurice, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 26 Jul 45.

GASSAN, Jean Necker, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 12 Feb 42.

GAUBERT, carlyle, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 09 Mar 59.

GAY, Pierre Gerald, Ensign; Haiti; DOB 23 Dec 63.

GEORGEON, Joseph Horres, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Jan 51.

GEORGES, Francois Arnold, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Sep 42.

GERMAIN, Anglede, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 Jul 39.

GERMAIN, Destorel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Sep 51.










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GERMAIN, Patiel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 09 Jan 38.

GILLES, Joseph Harry, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 22 Jan 62.

GIRAUD, Michel P. L., Captain; Haiti; DOB 14 Dec 40.

GOBY, Jean Brunel, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 28 Sep 51.

GONEL, Bertrand, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Apr 61.

GRACIA, Diderot, Captain; Haiti; DOB 13 Mar 54.

GREFFIN, Jean Gary, Captain; Haiti; DOB 06 Dec 58.

GUERRIER, Jean Roger, Major; Haiti; DOB 20 Apr 57.

GUILLAUME, Flobert, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Jun 61.

GUILLAUMETTE, Antoine, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 Nov 51.

GUSTAVE, Christian, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 03 Feb 43.

RAGE, Mona Isable, Captain; Haiti; DOB 29 May 52.

HENRY, Jean-Mary Fritz, Major; Haiti; DOB 08 Jun 51.

HENRY, Vemarie, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Apr 55.

HENRYS, Antoine Gracia, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Jan 44.

HERMANN, Michel-Ange, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 03 Oct 52.

HEROLD, Andre, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 23 Mar 59.

HILAIRE, Max, Captain; Haiti; DOB 03 Jul 60.

HILMAIN, Adrian D., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Feb 45.

IRA, Joseph Miracle, Major; Haiti; DOB 14 Mar 51.

JACOB, Joseph Pierre, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 22 Apr 40.

JACOT, Eristhene, Captain; Haiti; DOB 22 Jun 51.

JACQUES, Antoine, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 24 Nov 50.

JACQUES, George* I., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Dec 40.

JACQUES, Herard-Leblano, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Oct 44.

JACQUES, Joseph Twon, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 Mar 47.

JACQUES, Josue, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Apr 45.

JACQUES-LOUIS, Max, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Jun 64.









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JACQUET, Henrius, Captain; Haiti; DOB 18 Sep 51.

JACQUITTE, Jean Wener, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Mar 67.

JANVIER, Jean-Jacques, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Mar 35.

JASMIN, Jacques-Guy, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 22 Nov 45.

JEAN, Hasler A., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Oct 50.

JEAN, Jonas, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 12 Sep 51.

JEAN, Phito, Captain; Haiti; DOB 02 Apr 54.

JEAN, Rigaud, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 19 Nov 42.

JEAN-BAPTISTE, Charles Eusebe, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 19 Jul 42.

JEAN-BAPTISTE, Elysee, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Sep 46.

JEAN-BAPTISTE, James, Captain; Haiti; DOB 30 Jul 59.

JEAN-BAPTISTE, Jean Occelus, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Apr 44.

JEAN-BAPTISTE, Lyonal, Captain; Haiti; DOB 01 Mar 47.

JEAN-BAPTISTE, Michel-Ange, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 Jun 60.

JEAN-BAPTISTE, Rodiny, Captain; Haiti; DOB 05 Oct 59.

JEAN-BART, Thomas Kerns, Captain; Haiti; DOB 07 Mar 59.

JEAN-BRICE, Ralph Stanley, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 25 Mar 68.

JEAN-CHARLES, Frants 8., Captain; Haiti; DOB 17 Dec 60.

JEAN-FRANCOIS, Frants, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 23 Jun 60.

JEAN-FRANCOIS, Berge, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Feb 50.

JEAN-GILLES, Andre M., Colonel; Haiti; DOB 19 Apr 31.

JEAN-JACQUES, Twon, Captain; Haiti; DOB 25 Nov 58.

JEAN-PAUL, Innocent J.-C, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 24 Apr 49.

JEAN-PHILIPPE, Joseph Nevert, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 03 Oct 50.

JEAN-PIERRE, Gannel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 May 61.

JEAN-PIERRE, Mignard, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 Oct 68.

JEANNITE, Alfred, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 11 Jul 46.

JEROME, Auguste Raphael, Major; Haiti; DOB 08 Sep 49.






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JEUDY, Jean-Claude, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 28 Mar 44.

JEVOUSAIME, Max, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 26 May 46.

JOACHIM, Marie Gina, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 30 Sep 60.

JOAZILE, Jean-Rodolphe, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Sep 62.

JOCELYN, Fritz, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 12 Nov 41.

JOLICOEUR, Olius, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Mar 49.

JONASSAINT, Renold, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 06 Feb 53.

JONQUIS, Antoine, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 19 Jun 46.

JOSE, Jean-Eugene, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 10 Jun 52.

JOSEPH, Antoine Th., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 02 Jul 45.

JOSEPH, Claude, Captain; Haiti; DOB 12 Aug 56.

JOSEPH, Claudy, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Sep 61.

JOSEPH, Dames G., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Apr 43.

JOSEPH, Jean Ronal, Captain; Haiti; DOB 15 Mar 54.

JOSEPH, Jean Ulrique, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 23 Sep 37.

JOSEPH, Jethro, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Apr 46.

JOSEPH, Louisiana, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 26 May 56.

JOSEPH, Milarion Odamus, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 29 Apr 41.

JOSEPH, Raphael Attilio, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 May 48.

JOSEPH, Ricot, Major; Haiti; DOB 30 Oct 50.

JOSEPH, St-Fort, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 03 Aug 43.

JULES, Jean Ader, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Oct 61.

JULISSE, Rosemond, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Mar 52.

JUSTAPORT, Coulange, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 18 Apr 50.

KERCY, Garry Michel, Captain; Haiti; DOB 21 Sep 60.

KERSAINT, Eanaider, Major; Haiti; DOB 02 Jan 53.

LAPOND, Jean-Dorcin, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Jun 45.

LAMANDE, Rene Raymond, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 May 42.









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LAMOUR, Phalange, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Nov 46.

LAROCHELLE, Gerald, Captain; Haiti; DOB 04 Apr 58.

LAROQUE, Serge, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Dec 43.

LATORTUE, Youri, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 Nov 67.

LAURORE, Appolos, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 11 Mar 54.

LAZARRE, Schubart, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Feb 50.

LEANDRE, Edrick, Captain; Haiti; DOB 29 Sep 52.

LEMITHE, Folix, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 30 Apr 43.

LENESCAT, Joseph Charlot, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Jun 49.

LESSAGE, Jodel, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 19 Feb 54.

LEVASSEUR, Iliovert, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 31 Dec 54.

LOUIS, Cassinir, Major; Haiti; DOB 26 Jul 52.

LOUIS, Dieuphene, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 01 Feb 57.

LOUIS, Edy, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 21 Jun 51.

LOUIS, Gerard E., Jr., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 Dec 64.

LOUIS, Jean Sagesse, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 27 Aug 46.

LOUIS, Marc Albert, Major; Haiti; DOB 26 May 52.

LOUIS, Max-Gabriel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 06 Mar 64.

LOUIS, Michel, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 28 Sep 49.

LOUIS-JACQUES, Richelet S., Major; Haiti; DOB 16 Nov 50.

LOUISY, Franck, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Apr 51.

LUBIN, Emmanuel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 25 Dec 44.

LUBIN, Ernst J. M., Major; Haiti; DOB 01 Jan 55.

LUMAB, Jean Justin, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 29 Sep 43.

MAHAUTIERE, Pierre Charles, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 31 Aug 44.

MARCEL, Fritz Gerald, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 Aug 64.

MARCELIN, Eddy, Captain; Haiti; DOB 20 May 58.

MARIUS, Hyppolite, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Mar 57.










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MARIUS, Mireille, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 May 62.

MARS, Briere, Captain; Haiti; DOB 30 Nov 54.

MASSENA, Somner, Captain; Haiti; DOB 07 Jun 47.

MASSENART, Boniface E., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 Jun 57.

MATHURIN, Frerot, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 26 Oct 50.

MAURICE, Joel, Major; Haiti; DOB 10 Dec 53.

MAURICE, Joseph Francois, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 Mar 46.

MAXIME, Jean Miguelite, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Oct 60.

MEDACIER, Appolin, Major; Haiti; DOB 04 Oct 51.

MEHU, Irving, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 09 Jun 54.

MENARD, Jean-Emmanuel, Captain; Haiti; DOB 26 Apr 44.

MENELAS, Jean Gael, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 25 Jun 60.

MERILUS, Exantus, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Feb 49.

METELLUS, Marc Antoine, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 18 Nov 52.

MICHAUD, Eugene Henry, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Nov 37.

MICHEL, Fils, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 31 May 52.

MICHEL, Francis, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 25 Dec 52.

MICHEL, Fritz, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 23 Nov 60.

MICHEL, Jean-Fritz, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 09 Oct 37.

MICHEL, Joseph, Captain; Haiti; DOB 15 Oct 57.

MICHEL, Stanislas A., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 Nov 40.

MINGOT, Marc, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Oct 39.

MINISTE, Yves Plaisimond, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Aug 56.

MITTON, Jacky, Captain; Haiti; DOB 02 Nov 57.

MOMBES, Tessier, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 22 Jan 56.

MOMPOINT, Fred Renaud, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Oct 67.

MOMPOINT, Hernts, Captain; Haiti; DOB 25 May 59.

MONDELUS, Gilbert, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 19 Nov 53.









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MONFORT, Jean-Mathild, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 24 Nov 46.

MONTHERVIL, Josue, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 Mar 59.

MONUMA, Pradel J., Major; Haiti; DOB 17 Apr 50.

MUSSET, Odius, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Feb 50.

NARCISSE, Margareth I., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 03 Mar 62.

NASSAR, Marie Elva S., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Oct 59.

NELSON, Jean Thomas, Captain; Haiti; DOB 01 Jun 60.

NEPTUNE, Pierre E.C., Captain; Haiti; DOB 25 May 58.

NICOLAS, Marie Greta, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 27 Dec 49.

NOEL, Pierre Edriss, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 22 Mar 60.

OCCENAD, Jean-Claude, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 02 Oct 55.

OCCIL, Jean-Raymond, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 23 May 63.

OLIVIER, Jean Wodchil, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Aug 48.

ORMILICE, Antoine O.P., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 Jul 42.

OVIL, Michel Jerome, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 29 Sep 60.

OVILMAR, Sagesse, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Feb 63.

PASCAL, Jean Benes, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Jan 52.

PASCAL, Jose, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Apr 49.

PASCAL, Paul, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 30 Jun 51.

PAUL, Benedict, Ensign; Haiti; DOB 23 Apr 62.

PAUL, Mario, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 02 Aug 53.

PAUL, Normeus, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 Jul 36.

PAUL, Patrick, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Feb 63.

PAULEMON, Joseph Willy, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 11 Mar 42.

PAULIN, Jean-Benito, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Aug 47.

PERMISSION, Jean Jacob, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Jan 32.

PETION, Mendem Lesly, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Jul 60.

PETIT-FRERE, Charles P., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 25 May 39.










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PETIT-PHAT, Jean Marcel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 Jan 58.

PHILIPPE, Cruz Daniel, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 03 May 33.

PHILIPPE, Jean-Luther, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 26 Jul 53.

PHILIPPE, Leonard, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 21 Oct 41.

PHILOGENE, Jacques Joseph, Major; Haiti; DOB 30 Dec 45.

PIERRE, Bancks, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 21 Jun 47.

PIERRE, Chevenel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 06 Jan 60.

PIERRE, Edward, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Feb 61.

PIERRE, Edwige, Captain; Haiti; DOB 05 Nov 58.

PIERRE, Enelite, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 27 Oct 59.

PIERRE, Jean Daniel, Captain; Haiti; DOB 05 Jun 59.

PIERRE, Jean Palies, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Jan 49.

PIERRE, Jean Ulrick, Captain; Haiti; DOB 04 Oct 58.

PIERRE, Jean Winel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 Dec 51.

PIERRE, Joseph Fila-Aime, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 Feb 37.

PIERRE, Joseph Reynold, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Jun 47.

PIERRE, Joseph Wistong, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 01 Sep 40.

PIERRE, Luc, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 26 May 59.

PIERRE, Marie Jessie, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 27 Aug 51.

PIERRE, Patrick Rene, Captain; Haiti; DOB 09 Apr 60.

PIERRE, Pierre Gerard, Major; Haiti; DOB 19 Jul 48.

PIERRE, Raguel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Nov 40.

PIERRE, Remy, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 17 May 47.

PIERRE, Rene, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 23 Jan 38.

PIERRE, Robert, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 Jan 66.

PIERRE, Ulrick, Captain; Haiti; DOB 15 Nov 42.

PIERRE-ANTOINE, Joseph, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 19 Mar 51.

PIERRE-CHARLES, Frants, Captain; Haiti; DOB 27 Feb 58.









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PIERRE-FILS, Aniceau, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 06 Oct 44.

PIERRE-FILS, Israel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Sep 37.

PIERRE-FRANCOIS, Jean Dany, Captain; Haiti; DOB 05 May 60.

PIERRE-FRANCOIS, Marc-Henry, Captain; Haiti; DOB 30 Jun 61.

PIERRE-JEROME, Gream Innocent, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Oct 65.

PIERRE-LOUIS, Hubert Michel, Captain; Haiti; DOB 24 Dec 52.

PIERRE-PAUL, Edda, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 01 Dec 58.

POULARD, Duval, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 09 May 57.

PRATO, Nicolas A., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Jul 65.

PREVAL, Alland, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 03 Sep 50.

PROPHETE, Gerard, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 21 Dec 50.

PYRAM, Jean Emery, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Jun 53.

RAPHAEL, Francois, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 14 Nov 43.

RAPHAEL, Rigo, Captain; Haiti; DOB 27 May 41.

RAVILUS, Raymond X., Captain; Haiti; DOB 17 Mar 61.

RAYNALD, Paul, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 19 Jul 38.

REMEUS, Daniel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 02 Dec 40.

REMY, Jean sergo, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 11 Apr 55.

REMY, Jean-Luc, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 06 Jun 46.

REMY, Jean-Thomas, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Apr 48.

RENE, Jacques, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 Mar 49.

RENE, Jean Robert, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 03 May 53.

RENE, Jean Roomevelt, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 02 Oct 66.

RENE, Jean-Nissage, Captain; Haiti; DOB 29 Dec 40.

RENE, Marie Alix, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 28 Jul 51.

RENE, Yolette M., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 24 Sep 52.

RICHARD, Denis, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 02 Mar 43.

RICHARD, Louis-Karie M., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Jun 51.










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RICOT, Myrtho, Major; Haiti; DOB 11 Jun 37.

ROBERT, Jean-Edwige, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Aug 62.

RODNEY, Francois Dukene, Captain; Haiti; DOB 29 Oct 58.

ROLAND, Louis-Charles, Captain; Haiti; DOB 18 Sep 48.

ROLLAND, Jean-Clausel, Major; Haiti; DOB 23 Apr 49.

ROMULUS, Jean Maceres, Captain; Haiti; DOB 23 Aug 57.

ROSARION, Jean Romann, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Nov 67.

ROSEMBERG, Yves Marie R, Captain; Haiti; DOB 26 Dec 55.

ROY, Chiller, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 06 Sep 64.

SAIDEL, Jean Fricot, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 May 62.

SAINT GERMAIN, Rubens, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 02 May 63.

SAINT-ELOI, Inereste, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Mar 45.

SAINT-FLEUR, Alix-Robert, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 May 46.

SAINT-FLEUR, Ariathote, Captain; Haiti; DOB 22 May 43.

SAINT-FLEUR, Erick, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 30 Oct 60.

SAINT-FLEUR, Michaud, Major; Haiti; DOB 01 Dec 55.

SAINT-JEAN, Jonique, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 03 Oct 65.

SAINT-JOY, Jean Armand, Major; Haiti; DOB 07 Nov 56.

SAINT-JUSTE, Joseph, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Mar 40.

SAINT-LOUIS, Berve, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Jul 41.

SAINT-LOUIS, Jacques N., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 Dec 47.

SAINT-PHAT, Cetelus, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 20 Apr 40.

SAINT-PIERRE, Jean Claude, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Oct 52.

SAINT-PIERRE, Reynald, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 29 Aug 65.

SAINT-VIL, Jean Adsor, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 26 Feb 49.

SAINTIL, Agnes, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 26 Feb 45.

SAINTIL, Sadrac, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 29 Jan 53.

SAINTILAIRE, Joseph Odes, Lieutenant Colonel; Haiti; DOB 04 Feb 45.









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SALOMON, Richard, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Jan 60.

SANON, Anthony, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Jun 43.

SANON, Mercidieu, Captain; Haiti; DOB 27 Jun 48.

SANZ, Joseph Lesly, Major; Haiti; DOB 26 Apr 53.

SCOTT, Emmanuel E.L.E., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 03 Mar 51.

SEIDE, Ambroise Lucien, Captain; Haiti; DOB 19 Aug 52.

SHOUTE, Jean Michelet, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 14 Jun 60.

SIMEON, Jean-Claude, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 21 Jul 43.

SIMILIEN, Frito, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Apr 47.

SOUFFRANT, Yves Jean-Marie, Captain; Haiti; DOB 11 Oct 57.

ST-FLEUR, Jean, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Jun 61.

ST-FLEUR, Martial Raynald, Major; Haiti; DOB 03 Aug 48.

ST-JULIEN, Adrien, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Aug 37.

SUPRIEN, Jean-Fleurant, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Jan 53.

SURIN, Gerard, Captain; Haiti; DOB 01 Feb 42.

SYDNEUS, Damaxe, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 10 Apr 44.

SYLVAIN, Andre, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Oct 39.

TACHOUTE, Livingama, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 22 Jan 53.

TELFORT, Adrien, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Jul 49.

TELUSMA, Joseph, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Oct 54.

THELISMA, Mac Gregor, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 01 Sep 68.

THERANUS, Mario, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Dec 66.

THERLONGE, Jean-Claude, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Dec 45.

TEIBAUD, Emmanuel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Jun 64.

THOMAS, Joseph Jaoques, Major; Haiti; DOB 15 Mar 55.

TIMO, Raynald, Captain; Haiti; DOB 09 Aug 57.

TOUSSAINT, Henrio, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 11 Mar 62.

TOUSSAINT, Ludovia P., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Jul 42.










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TOUSSAINT, Tacite, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 02 Mar 64.

TRAVERSIERE, Jacques, Ensign; Haiti; DOB 06 Jun 45.

TRECILE, Jean-Yonel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 22 Dec 61.

TUFFET, Jean-Victor, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 24 Sep 42.

TURENNE, Jean Alfone, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Mar 44.

ULYSSE, Michaelle, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 21 Sep 62.

VALET, Jean-Edmon, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 03 Nov 41.

VALET, Paul Ludovic, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 13 Jun 43.

VALLES, Emmanuel A.M.J., Captain; Haiti; DOB 30 Mar 56.

VELIA, Guy Gerard, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 11 Dec 49.

VILLARD, Montfort, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Aug 48.

VILME, Abner, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 23 Oct 64.

VILSON, Lineau, Captain; Haiti; DOB 24 Mar 53.

VOLTAIRE, Anatin 0., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 15 Sep 44.

WAGNAC, Joseph Jean M., Ensign; Haiti; DOB 14 Sep 62.

WILLIAM, Donald G., Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 18 Jan 64.

WILLIAMS, Nixon, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Jul 64.

WILSON, Eustache, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 20 Nov 42.

YVON, Jules, Captain; Haiti; DOB 16 Mar 36.

ZAMOR, Claudel, Captain; Haiti; DOB 05 Oct 60.

ZAMOR, Jean Denis, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Apr 62.


AMENDMENTS:

GEORGES, Reynald; Haiti; U.S.A.; DOB 16 Oct 46.

ROMULUS, Martial P., Colonel; Haiti; 11903 Coronada Place,
Kensington, MD 29895, U.S.A.; SSN 214-02-7585; DOB 26 Feb 49.







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DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
Office of Foreign Assetr Control

31 CFR Part 580

Hattian Transactions Regulations;
Extension of Assembly Sector
Ucenstes
AGENCY: Office of Foreign Assets
Control. Treasury.
ACTION: Policy statement.
SUMMARY: The Office of Foreign Assets
Control is extending until March 31.
1994, the expiration date for all current
assembly sector licenses issued
pursuant to the Haitian Transactions
Regulations.
EFTFCTVE DATE: January 31, 1994.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT'
Steven L Pinter, Chief of Licensing (tel:
202/622-2480). or William B. Hoffan.
Chief Counsel (tel.: 202/622-2410),
COZce of Foreign Assets Control.
Department of the Treasury,
Washington, D.C. 20220.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATtON:
Electronic Availability
This document is available as an
electronic file on The Federal Bulletin
Board the day of publication in the
Federal Regster. By modem dial 202/
512-1387 or call 202/512-1530 for disks
or paper copies. This file is available in
Postscript. WordPerfect 5.1 and ASCIL
Background
Licenses issued pursuant to 580.515
of the the Haitian Transactions
Regulations, 31 CFR part 580 (the
"Regulations"), authorize transactions
in connection with both the exportation
to Haii of articles contuurig specified
parts or materials, and the importation
into the United States of specified
articles assembled in Haiti containing
materials or parts exported from the
United States. By a policy statement
issued on January 6. 1993, the
expiration date of those licenses was
extended to January 31, 1994 (58 FR
3228. anS 8. 1993). The Office of
Foreign Assets Control bha determined
to extend the licenses for an additional


60 days. Accordingly, under the
authority of 50 U.S-C. 1701 through
1706; E.O. 12775, 3 CFR, 1991 Comp.,
p. 349; and E-O. 12779. 3 CFR. 1991
Comp.. p. 367. the Office of Foreign
Assets Control gives notice that:
1. The expiration date of all licenses
issued pursuant to 5 580.515 of the
Regulations and in effect as of January
31, 1994. is extended to March 31. 1994.
2. Holders of such licenses need not
file requests for renewal with the Office
of Foreign Assets Control.
Dated; January 27.1994.
IL Richardni New ab.
Diretor. Office ofForgn Assets Control.
Approved: January 31.1994
John P. Simpsn.
Deputy Assatant Secre tay (Regulatory. Tanff
and Trade Enforceent).
IFR Doc. 9+-3736 Filed 2-15-94. 11.53 aml
IlmNsCoor coo s4,--






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DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20220


OFFICE OF FOREIGN ASSETS CONTROL
HAITIAN TRANSACTIONS REGULATIONS
31 C.F.R. Part 580

GENERAL NOTICE NO. 4

NOTIFICATION OF BLOCKED INDIVIDUALS
OF HAITI


General Notice No. 4 announces the names of 27 individual officers
of the Haitian Armed Forces and one (1) civilian who have been
determined by the Treasury Department to be Blocked Individuals of
Haiti. The persons identified on the attached list are included
for one or more of the following reasons:

A. They are persons who seized power illegally from the
democratically elected government of President Jean-
Bertrand Aristide on September 30, 1991, or who since the
effective date of Executive Order 12775, acted or
purported to act directly or indirectly on behalf of, or
under the asserted authority of, such persons or of any
agencies, instrumentalities or entities purporting to act
on behalf of the de facto regime in Haiti or under the
asserted authority thereof, or any extra-constitutional
successor thereto; or

B. They have (1) contributed to the obstruction of the
implementation of United Nations Security Council
Resolutions 841 and 873, the Governors Island Agreement
of July 3, 1993, or the activities of the United Nations
Mission in Haiti, (2) perpetuated or contributed to the
violence in Haiti, or (3) have materially or financially
supported any of the persons listed in B.(1) or B.(2),
above.

This action by the Office of Foreign Assets Control, as to the
military officers so designated, is based upon the determination
that the Haitian Armed Forces, including officers of all ranks, are
part of the de facto regime in Haiti or its extra-constitutional
successors and is made pursuant to the authority of Executive Order
No. 12775 of October 4, 1991, Executive Order No. 12779 of October
28, 1991, Executive Order No. 12872 of October 18, 1993, the
International Emergency Economic Powers Act, 50 U.S.C. 1701 et
seq., and sections 580.303 and 580.307 of the Haitian Transactions
Regulations, 31 C.F.R. Part 580.

U.S. persons are prohibited from engaging in transactions with the
27 individuals listed and with all officers of the Haitian
military, whether or not named in the list released today, unless
the transactions are licensed by the Office of Foreign Assets
Control. All officers of the Haitian military are subject to the









blocking and transactional prohibitions, which apply to all members
of the de facto regime. Additionally, all assets in the United
States or in the possession or control of U.S. persons, including
their overseas branches, owned or controlled by these individuals
are blocked. U.S. persons are not prohibited, however, from paying
funds owed to these entities or individuals into blocked Government
of Haiti Account No. 021083909 at the Federal Reserve Bank of New
York, or, pursuant to specific licenses issued by the Office of
Foreign Assets Control, into blocked accounts held in the names of
the blocked parties in domestic U.S. financial institutions.

This General Notice also contains another bank name and address
being used by the NATIONAL CREDIT BAMT in Haiti, which is a Blocked
Entity of the do facto regime in Haiti.

WARMING: This list is not all-inclusive and will be updated from
time to time. Unlicensed transactions with entities and
individuals who fall within the definition of the de facto regime
in Haiti found at section 580.303 of the Haitian Transactions
Regulations or who are identified as Blocked Individuals of Haiti
(58 Federal Register 58480, November 1, 1993) are prohibited.

Issued:



R. Richard NewcAb /bate /
Director T
Office of Foreign Assets Control










DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
WASHMINGTON, D.C. 20220
BLOCKED INDIVIDUALS
OF HAITI #4

ANIS, Venus, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 29 Apr 46.

AUGUSTIN, Jean-Christophe, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 06 May 41.

BERNARD, Loesly, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 01 Apr 68.

BOSQUET, Charlemagne, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 Jan 48.

CETOUTE, Julia, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Mar 51.

CHARLES, Alexis Volcy L., Ensign; Haiti; DOB 22 Mar 66.

CORVIL, Saint-Jean, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 08 Feb 48.

DORCE, Saintalus, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 26 Jul 53.

DORVELUS, Lionel, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Aug 45.

DUMORNAY, Joseph Justin, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 31 Mar 68.

ESTIME, Alexandra, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 11 Sep 53.

FLOREAL, Marc, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 25 Apr 42.

GARCON, Denoit Ceracius, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 22 Oct 53.

GUILLAUME, Luc-Claudin, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 30 Sep 44.

GUILLAUME-SAM, Jusmide, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 24 Jul 52.

GUSTAVE, Joaname, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 10 Oct 52.

HALLOUN, Romeo; Haiti; U.S. citizen; Passport No. Z5790133; DOB 18
Jan 57.

JEAN-BAPTISTE, Pierre-Jacques, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 Sep 55.

JEAN-PIERRE, Saint Surin, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 16 Jan 41.

JOSEPH, Jean Bail, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Dec 57.

MARC-CHARLES, Henry Robert, Colonel; Haiti; DOB 05 Jan 52.

MILORME, Andre, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 17 Mar 52.

NARCISSE, Maurice, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 05 Apr 52.

PROVINCE, Toxy, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 26 Jul 53.

RENE, Paul Mercier, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 12 Sep 43.






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SAINT-FLEUR, Jean, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 28 Jun 61.

SAINT-LOUIS, Jacques stanley, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 07 Mar 68.

TAMAR, Tanael, Lieutenant; Haiti; DOB 04 Jan 45.


AMEM=NT:

BLOCKED ENTITY OF THE
DE FACTO REGIME IN HAITI


NATIONAL CREDIT BANX
(a.k.a. BANQUE NATIONAL DE CREDIT)
(a.k.a. BNC)
(a.k.a. BANQUE COMMERCIAL D'HAITI)
Angle Rue du Quai et Rue des Miracles, BP 1320, Port-au-
Prince, Haiti;
Place des Heros 21 Rue P. Quant, Port-au-Prince, Haiti.











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DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
Office of Foreign Assets Control
31 CFR Part 580
Haitian Transaction Regulations;
Blocked Individuals of Haiti
AGENCY: Office of Foreign Assets
Control. Treasury.
ACTION: Final rule: amendment.
SUMMARY: The Treasury Department is
amending appendix A to the Haitian
Transactions Regulations to add as
section I of appendix A the names of
individuals whom the Director of the
Office of Foreign Assets Control has
determined are blocked individuals of
Haiti. either because they are included
within the definition of the "de fcto
regime in Haiti" as defined in Executive
Order 12755. or because they meet
criteria for blocking set forth in
Executive Orders 12853 and 12872.
Property of these individuals that is
located in the United States or within
the possession or control of U.S.
persons, including their overseas
ranches. is blocked, and transactions
with these persons are prohibited.
EFFECTIVE DATE: April 7. 1994.
ADDRESSES: Copies of this list are
available upon request at the following
location: Office of Foreign Assets
Control. U.S. Department of the
Treasury. Annex. 1500 Pennsylvania
Avenue, NW, Washington. DC 20220
(lel.: 202/622-2520). The full list of
persons blocked pursuant to economic
sanctions programs administered by the
Office of Foreign Assets Control is.
available electronically on The Federal
Bulletin Board (see Supplementary
Information).
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: J.
Robert McBrien. Chief. International
Programs Division (tel.: 202/6822-2420)1.
or William B. Hoffman. Chief Counsel
(tel.: 202/622-2410). Office of Foreign







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Assets Control. Department of the
Treasury. Washington. D.C. 20220.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
Electronic Availability
This document is available as an
electronic file on The Federal Bulletin
Board the day of publication in the
Federal Register. By modem dial 202/
512-1387 or call 202/512-1530 for disks
or paper copies. This file is available in
Postscript. WordPerfect 5.1 and ASCII.
Background
The Office of Foreign Assets Control
("FAC") is amending appendix A to the
Haitian Transactions Regulations. 31
CFR part 580 (the "Regulations"). to add
a list of blocked individuals of Haiti as
new section I to appendix A. Section I
identifies individuals whose assets are
blocked pursuant to Executive Order
12755 of October4. 1992. Executive
Order 12853 of June 30.1993. or
Executive Order 12872 of October 18.
1993 It supplements the list of blocked
entities in section 11 of appendix A.
On WulN 27.1993, FAC published in
the Federal Register (58 FR 40043)
appendix A to Part 580, establishing a
list of persons and entities whose assets
were blocked, based upon a
determination by the Director of FAC
pursuant to S580.305(a) of the
Regulations that they were included
within the definition of the "de/acto
regime i Hait! Secton I cf appendix
A identified individuals and section II
identified entities of the de focto regime
whose assets were blocked.
Effective August 31.1993. section I of
apperdix A was revoked consistent
with United Nations Security Council
Resolution ("UNSCR") 641 calling for
the suspension ofcertain sanctions
against Haiti in light of the Governors
Island Agreement. See 58 FR 46540
(September 2.1993). The assets of
indsivduzls identified in section I were
unblocked, while the assets of entities
identifie; in section II were, and
remain, blocked. On October 18. 1993.
trade and other sanctions against Haiti
were reimposed pursuant to Executive
Order 12853. consistent with UNSCR
Resolution 873. Reimposition of U.S.
sanctions included the blocking of
assets of certain classes of individuals.
This amendment incorporates in new
section I to appendix A a list of
indi iduals whose assets have been
blocked subsequent to the reimposition
of sanctions against Haitm. Included in
section I are Ind iiduals who were
identified in a November 1.1993 notice
in the Federal Register (58 FR 58480) as
blocked individuals of Haiti. as well as
individuals whose assets were later
blocked The persons identified in


section I are included for one or more
of the following reasons:
A. They are persons who seized
power illegally from the democratically
elected government of President Jean-
Bertrand Aristide on September 30,
1991, or who. since October 4, 1991 (the
effective date of Executive Order 12775).
have acted or purported to act directly
or indirectly on behalf of. or under the
asserted authority of, such persons or of
any agencies. Instrumentalities, or
entities purporting to act on behalf of
the defocto regime in Haiti, or under
the asserted authority thereof, or any
extraconstitutional successor thereto;
B. They ore Haitian nationals (as
defined in Executive Order 12853) who
have provided substantial financial or
material contributions to the de facto
regime in Haiti or done substantial
business with the defacto regime in
Haiti; or
C. They have (1) contributed to the
obstruction of the implementation of
UNSCR Resolution $41 and 873. the
Governors Island Agreement of July 3.
1993, or the activities of the United
Nations Mission in Haiti. (2)
perpetuated or contributed to the
violence in Haiti. or (3) materially or
financially supported any of the
activities described in items (1) or (2) of
this paragraph.
The designations in this amendment
are made by FAC pursuant to the
exercises of authonty in Executive
Orders 12775, 12779. 12853 and 12872.
the International Emergency Economic
Powers Act. 50 U.S.C. 1701 through
1706. the United Nations Participation
Act. 11 U.S.C. 287c. and the
Regulations. These provisions block all
property and interests in property of the
blocked individuals that is located in
the United States or within the
possession or control of U.S. persons,
including their overseas branches. U.S.
persons are prohibited from engaging in
transactions with these individuals
unless the transactions are licensed in
advance by FAC.
Payments and transfers of funds owed
to blocked individuals may be made.
pursuant to a specific license issued by
FAC. into a blocked account held in the
name of the blocked individual at a U.S.
financial institution located in the
United States.
This list is not all-inclusive and will
be updated from time to time. One
cannot assume that an individual is not
a blocked person based solely on his or
her non-inclusion in section I of
appendix A In particular, it should be
noted that all members of the Haitian
armed forces are deemed to be blocked
individuals of Haiti. as they are deemed
to constitute part of the defoacto regime


in Haiti within the meaning of
S 580.303 and 580.305(a) of the
Regulations. Accordingly, all assets In
the United States or in the possession or
control of U.S. persons of these
individuals are blocked, and U.S.
persons are prohibited from engaging in
transactions with them unless licensed
by FACG. Section II of appendix A, listing
blocked entities of the de facto regime
in Haiti. remains in full effect and force.
Because the Regulations involve a
foreign affairs function. Executive Order
12866 and the provisions of the
Administrative Procedure Act. 5 U.S.C.
553, requiring notice of proposed '
rulemaking, opportunity for public
participation, and delay in effective
date, are inapplicable. Because no
notice of proposed rulemaking is
required for this rule. the Regulatory
Flexibility Act. S U.S.C. 601-612. does
not apply.
List of Subjects in 32 CFR Part 580
Administrative practice and
procedure. Banking. Blocking of assets.
Exports. Finance. Haiti, Imports,
Penalties, Reporting and recordkeeping
requirements, Shipping. Specially
designated nationals, Transfers of assets,
Vessels.
For the reasons set forth in the
preamble, 31 CFR part 580 is amended
as set forth below:
PART 580-HATlIAN TRANSACTIONS
REGULATIONS
1. The authority citation for part 580
is revised to read as follows:
Authority: 50 U.S C. 1701-1706. 22 U.S C.
287c;E.0 12775.3 CFR. 1991 Comp.p 349.
E O. 12779, 3 CTR. 1991 Comp p 367. E.O.
12853,58 FR 35843. July 2.1993. E.O. 12872.
S8 FR 54029. October 20.1993.
2. Appendix A to part 580 is amended
to revise the heading and the
introductory note and to add a new
section I to read as follows:

Appendix A to Part 580-Blocked
Persons of Haiti
Note: Section I of appendix A lists the
names of individuals whom the Director
of the Office of Foreign Assets Control
has determined are blocked individuals
of Haiti, either because they are
included within the definition of the
"de facto regime in Haiti" as defined in
Executive Order 12755. or because they
meet criteria for blocking set forth in
Executive Orders 12853 and 12872.
Section II of appendix A identifies
entities of the de facto regime in Haiti
whose assets are blocked. Property of
these individuals and entities that is
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the possession or control of U.S. available to the Office of Foreign Assets indirectly on behalf of. the de facto
persons, including their overseas Control. The absence of any particular regime in Haiti. or is not otherwise a
branches, is blocked, and transactions person from appendix A is not to be blocked individual or entity of Haiti
with these individuals and entities are construed as evidence that the person is pursuant to Executive Orders 12755.
prohibited. not a part f. or owned or controlled by. 12799.12853 and 12872.
The information listed below is the or acting o purporting to act directly orofaii
most complete information now L Blocked Indinduals of Haiti


ACCLUCHE, Aloern L. LJeutenant
ADOLPHE. Francos J.. Leutenmnt
AIMABLE. Jacq.ue4 Jer. Leeorant
ALCENAT, Jean-DuLas, Levutenart
ALCEUS. Raoul. Captoan
ALCIDE. Anthony. Maopr
ALCY, Prene-Amoine. Leutenar
ALEUS, Louosrne. Lieutenant
ALEXANDRE. Amros. Leuten.a
ALEXANDRE. Carel Cam te. Lieutenant
ALEXANDRE, Daner, ULeulena.rt
ALEXANDRE. Jes.' Chartarme, Lieuterant
ALEXAJNDRE, Jner. ILoerrant
ALEXANDRE, Joieph D-reor,. Captain
ALEXANDRE. Kebeau. Ers-.g
ALEXANDRE. Paul Frarcc's. Captain
ALEXANDRE. SarMel. C-Vfan
ALEXIS. Dogel. Lreutenant
ALEXIS. Jean Caroo. CLaarn
ALEXIS. Joseph 9 Ljeut.eant Colonel
ALEXIS. Roano. be.Jenart
ALFRED. Joseph &nc,. LUeuranrt
ALMONOR. Heraro. Leioerent
ALTIDOR, Gane, Captain
ALrTDOR. Rotngue. Leulenant
ALZUPHAR. AlOol. Maour
ALZUPHAR, Jean-Mare B., LUeufenant
ANDOU. Adolphe. Capmarn
ANDRE. Charles Atenor. Commteane
ANDRE. Louis-Fto. Lieutenanrt
ANDRE. Ruguons. Lieutenant
ANDRE. Volaire. Lieutenant
ANORESOL. Mano. Lieutenant
ANTOINE. Jean Edouard M.. Lieuternant
ANTOINE, Jonas. Leulear t
ANTOINE. Ray'nad Frntz Captain
ASMATH. Luc Roger, Lieutenant
ATOURISTE. Arntone, Colonel

AUDATE. Franc. Ueutenant
AUGUSTIN, Anne Mano, Lieutenant
AUGUSTIN. Edw. Capman
AUGUSTIN. Henry Robert. Colonel
AUGUSTIN, Mchel. Leutanarnt
AVRIL. Buteau. LJeuienarn
BARTHELEMY. Joseph Luma. Lieutenart
BARTHELUS. Joseph. Lreuenarn
BASTIEN. Baker, Leutenant Colonel
BASTIEN. Kar-Henry. Liuttenenr
BASTIEN. Ludwig. LMsutenant
BASTtEN. Pafn e Hern, Captain
BAZARD. LoUlr Enc. Leutenrrt
BAZELAIS. Arnore. Mape
BAZILE. Davi. Mor
BAZJLE. Franmc, Uieuterre
BAZJLE. Serge. Leuenant
BEAUBIEN. Fortame. Miaor
BEAUBRUN. Monder. Colornel
BEAUBRUN. Noel Syatt". Captain
BEAUDOUrN. Louis Jacques. Mapo
BEAUGE. Hugo. Liutenant
BEAULIEU. Serge

BEL.HOMME. PaftcK Lautenarn
BELNEAU. SyleO, LUenanw
BELZIR, Eccesaaste. Laum nar


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Date a Bth

29 October 1944
7 Apnl 1947
21 January 1942
25 June 1940
15 Apnl 1953
15 Seote ter 1944
15 August 140
8 May 1956
24 July 1946
19 July 1953
27 July 1350
1 February 1644
28 March 1054
23 Apnl 1958
30 December '952
27 Oclooer 1945
5 October 1955
10 July 1959
19 January 1958
16 January 1942
22 Apr, 1961
14 Noventer 1946
12 August 1948
11 April 1958
30 Noverler 1950
16 Decernser 1946
21 November 1960
24 May 1953
1 Decentber 1953
7 June 1948
1 October 1964
15 Decenter 1950
20 July 1960
28 April 1940
30 November 1942
24 Seplterrier 1961
4 June 1953
3 July 1951

16 June 1968
10 July 1961
19-May 1949
21 June 1951
4 June 1937
19 October 1955
14 January 1954
28 October 1948
31 May 1946
13 Decenter 1958
14 June 1963
29 Apnl 1958
4 CA 1937
20 February 1940
4 August 1955
16 Decentrw 1958
1S Apr 1950
20 August 1954
10 May 1949
25 Decent.e 1938
21 July 1948
22 May 1961


4 May 1959
18 August 1938
19 Fabuary 1964








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BENECHE. fry. UerJnart
BENOIT. Ebsens. LwAtoan Colonel
BERTRAND. Dese. MaWor
BERTRAND. Doriwsgue. Leutenarnt
BIAMBY, Phoppa. lBnaer GaneraJ
BUOUX. Frantz. Liutenant
BLAISE. Jean-aSapse P.. Leuienant
BLANC. Anree .. Leenalrs
SOISNORD. Lhnue. Larnrant
BOUCARD. Roseald. Leutenant
SOUCHER. Ente. Maor *
BOULIN. Manre-Carila. Captain
BOURDEAU, Serge, Lieutnant Colonel
BOYER. Chnstophu 0C. UaLenams
BRICE. Farancs. LU iena
BROSSARD. Harry Al. Lsietnarnt
BRUNEAU. Jeam-Ro5tiad. Captain
CADET. Errmarsau Caplan
CALIXTE. A Caka. Laserinant
CALIXTE. Garrea Captai
CANTAVE. Jealo-nny. Lutelnant
CARRENARD. Phtila. Colonel
CAZEAU. Jean-Licne. L-aernant Colonel
CEDRAS. Raoui, ULtenant General
CELESTIN. Yveo. Ltaaiuere Commander
CELIN. Franck. Lutenant Colonel
CENAFILS. Casra. Captain
CENEAC. Rony. Laenarn
CESAR, Abeara. L tenant
CESAR, Jeanarrn-chaot Lmulenant
CHAM. JulJ. Liaunart
CHAMBLAN. Las JMdel


CHAMPAGNE, Jea Yvas Nancy, Captain
CHAMPAGNE. Latr. Lieutenant
CHAPUZETTE, Manl Carne, LUetnenant
CHARLES. AstraL jaternana
CHARLES. Beryo. Leuenan
CHARLES. Fausat. La srayni
CHARLES. Jean Ceant. Lmteutenarnt
CHARLES. Josa. Major
CHARLES. Josepho. Lfdanart
CHARLES. Martin JLaara. Lutenani
CHARLES. Meraieu. Lieuterfnt
CHARLES. Pierre Gra4 Cplajnr
CHARLES. Pw-H*-rreac. Captan
CHARLES. Soate. Laenarta
CHARLES, Weoert. LUsarta
CHARLES-PIERREP.Joalan*. Leutenart
CHARLES-PIERRE. LiUa .L Captain
CHARLES-PtERRE. Sarany FJ., Captam
CHARLEUS. Joseph R auL Lriutenant
CHARUER. raory. Cptan
CHARLOTIN. FrL. Laeutset
CHATEUNR Lusc A. Ca:ain
CHERENEFANT. Torry. LmeuMnar
CHERFILS. Serge. emarwt
CHERISKA. Erc. Lanest
CHERY. Frnnew. Liassnast
CHERY, Geor es Fl. Lwsmnt
CHERY. PerteAra. Lmasuaent
CHERY. Valor La.s, CaptaI
CINEAS. ChaRes F, Mas
CINEAS. Vctor. Lasurrara CdorWel
CINEUS. Auguti lancd. Launaru
CINTELLUS. Arns. Ajm, Lau nantu
CLEMENT. Antory.jCasba
CLEMENT, Jeuhra. LeuIshm
CLERJEUNE. Lemids Coone

CLERMONT. Jea' gar,. Capten
COFFY, Gesnar. Laueranant


NAme/Rank j Og araon I


Haitian Armed Forces
Haiman Armed Forces
Haman Arred Forces
Haman Armnned Forces
Ha-tan Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Hartan Armed Forces
HaJtian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hamian Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Halian Armed Forces
Hartan Armed Forces
Haiban Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
HaMtan Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hamtnan Armed Forces
Hartian Armed Forces
Hamtan Armed Forces
Hartian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hamian Armed Fortes
Hamtan Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hartian Armed Forces
Revo2utionary Front tor
Advancemern and
Progress of Har
(FRAPH)
Hatan Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Ha an Armed Faores
Hamtian Armed Forces
Hamtan Armed Forces
Hamtian Armed Forces
Hatian Anned Forces
Hatian Armed For"es
Haman Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Haiian Armed Fortes
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haiman Armed Forces
MHatian Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Hatan Anned Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Harsan Armed Forces
Hartian Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Forces
Haijan Armed Forces
Haitan Arrmed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Haian Anned Forces
Haian Armed Forces
Hamian Armed Forces
Haitan Amed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Shaman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haian Armed Forces
Hamian Armnned Forces
Haian Armed Forces
Haman Anred Forces

Haman Armed Forces
HaMan Armed Forces


dernoyng inorrnaotn


Hart
Hali
Haim
Hal
Hare
Han
Ha r
HAM
Hanm
Hull
Halo
Ham
Htrb
Hali
Hai
Hama
Hait

Han
Ham
KMI
Hatu
Har
Ha"i
Harb
Ham


Hart
Ham
Haloti
Han
Han
Ham
DOemas 31. Rua E. L(lrest. Port-a-
Pe t. Ha. Paspor No. 90678797
Hanm
Halb


Dat of Birth

19 December 1949
13Jdarary 1935
31 Marh 1351
14 ApnI 1953
21 Sepberio 1952
20 May 1942
16 March 1964
21 Septesrer 1956
3 February 19"8
18 Octler 1960
24 Marwen 195
15 Jut 1955
29 AugLst 1945

IS May 1953
4 Apri 1950
5 June 1954
S Fa-ruary 1948
25 August 1944
4 March 1%55
16 May 1938
14 May 1949
4 January 1951
1 Juy 1949
19 OctoSer 195
10 Sscteter I950
22 October 1953
18 January 1960
8 January 1956
9 Seoterner 1943
SSNovemer 1947



6 February 1960
14 Juy 1959
24 January 1960
25 December 1950
12 May 1959
20 August 1951
8 Sapener 1948
23 February 1951
6 Mart 1938
27 Juty 1957
5 August 1953
9July 1959
6 Juy 1957
21 DecOrder 1936
15 Apr 1957
8 Aqust 1949
2 Deo It 1955
2 June 1961
18 Jarry 1940
27 1 ,cxb 1958
15 Decntow 1953
6 Jure 1941
8Augu9 1937
90 Mwct 1947
1I Sweerwer 1962
II October 1960
30 May 1951
q* 199I
24 DeeMt w 1 93
24 May 1951 .
14 Ocber 1942
21 Februny 192
140co1 s 959
7 May 1954
27 Jar 1959
24 Agust 1950

24 October IW938
20 Aua9 1956







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Narne/Rank

CONSTANT. Emmanuel "ToIoW
CORENTIN. Wdlo. Lieutenant
CORIDON. Clause. Lieutenant
COUTARD. Mane E.C.. Captain
CREVECOEUR. Rodngue. Lieuenant Colo-
net
CYPRIEN. Jean Thomas, Lieutenant Colonel
CYRILLE. Dena. Lieutenant Colonel
DAGRIN. Pleno. Lieutenant
DEBROSSE. Nepture M.. Captain
DEEB. Joel
DEGRAFF, Jean Ernst. Lieutenant
DELAUNAY, Joseph Gracen, Colonel
DEULE. Jehova. Lieutenant
DELTOR. Pierr Candt. Lieutenart
DELVA, Reginald Lieutenant
DENIS. Jacoues. Maior
DERVIL, EIe-Franc. Lieutenant
DERVILUS. Andre Labanet. Lieutenant
DESAMOURS. Antominus. Lieutenant
DESARMES. Loui. Lieutenant
DESIR. Roland. Captain
DESPLANTES, Serge. Maor
DESROSE. Jean-Philippe, Lieutenant
DESROSIERS. Eddy, Lieutenant
DESROSIERS. Jean-Guy. Lieutenant
DESROSIERS, Joseph Hubert. Lieutenant
DESSAT,. Joseph Franck. Lieutenant
DESSIN. Jean Baptste C. Captain
DEUS. Damas. Lieutenant
DEVILMA. Joseo M.. Lieutenant Colonel
DIEUDONNE. Brutus M.. Colonel
DIEUDONNE. Loucn. Lieutenant
DIMANCHE. Jean-Robet. L Ueutenant
DOLCINE, Jean-Mary. Captain
DOMINIQUE. Jean Claude. Lieutenant
DOMINIQUE, Ralph, Lieutenant
DORELIEN. Carl, Colonel
DORGELUS. Ludoic. Lieutenant
DORVAL. leatarnt Lieutenant
DORVAL. Paul, Major
DORVIL. Roland. Lieutenant
DORVILIER. Jean Christian. Lieutenant
DORZIN. Abner. Ensign
DOUSY, Frantz. Colonel

DOUILLON. Lamanrne. Lieutenant Colonel
DOURA. Stagne. Captain
DUSIC. Joseph Raoul. Leutenarnt
DUSUCHE. Bermer. Captain
DUCHEMIN. Guy. Colonet
DUFRESNE. Jean Roland. Major
DUMAS. Josepa Laurenf. Major
DUMERGEANT. Gilus J.. Captain
DUMORIN. Ls. Macan. Lieutenant
DUPERVAL. Jean-Claude. Major General
DUPOUX. Serge. Major
DUVERNE, Jean Ernanuel. Major
DUVERSEAU. Jean-Robert. Lieutenant
EDOUARO. Charles. Lieutenant
EDOUARD. E9oy. Lieuenant
EDOUARZIN, ean Maunice Captain
EU E.l Lueunar'o
ELYSEE Annano Feon-r Lieuteant
EMILE. ian
EWLIEN M-rt r
EMuNUEIuL Eususia
ESTIMABLE Seon L
ETIENNE, Ana L, aere.an.
ETIENNE .uaulaLeutenar
ETIENNE, Lord Wair Maor
ETIENNE, Renan. Ljeutenaam


Organization

Hamtian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hamian Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Force

Hamtin Armed Forces
Hamtian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces

Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
HaiMan Armed Forces
Hairan Armed Fores
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hamtian Armed Forces
Haitiman Armed Forces
Hamnan Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hartian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Haiian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hamtian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haiman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces

Hatian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Force
Haitian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Fores
Hairtan Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Fores-
Hamian Annedi Forces
Hiiaun Armed Forces
Hian Arnnd Force
Haia Arrra Fore-
Haman AnmM Fae
Haman Anne5 Faeces


Iderfying Ir on


9 I-


Haiti
Haiti
Ham
Hamu

Haiti
HaMl
Hati
Ha.rd
Hati

Halt
Ham
Hait
Ham

Haiti
Hasti
Ham
Haiti
Hat
Haiti

Hai
Hamt
Haiti
Haiti
Hadi
Hai
Ham
Han.
Haiti
Harti
HaIt

Ham

Hati Passport No. 92-57899
Ham
Hat
Haiti

Haiti
Haiti
Rue Chenez 9. Rue 4 No. 8. Portn au-
Prince. Hait
Has
Hard
Hai
Ham
Ham
Hamn
Halb
Haiti
Hart

Ham
Ham
Has
Hasti
Haiti
Hasu
Hai
Hani

Harti
Ham
Haiti

Han
Hast
Has
HaM


Date of Bem


27 Decnter 1956
20 February 1953
29 Seplemnter 1959
19 Novene 1954
10 February 1955

24 ApI 1958
18 Novemne 1944
12 August 1946
21 May 1944
28 June 1954
24 Novweter 1943
21 January 1949
14 July 194I
6 February 1961
31 August 1967
9 March 1955
10 Septemntr 1955
28 Decermtte 1940
16 October 1948
2 May 1938
24 Noverrier 1955
18 February 1955
7 January 1949
3 Nowett>er 1951
4 March 1946
12 Novetimer 1940
7 June 1955
15 January 1944
I August 1939
4 December 1948
3 Decenter 1938
25 September 1961
4 August 1945
26 October 1939
2 Septe ter 1951
II February 1961
24 January 1949
7 September 1940
4 July 1943
8 November 1949
20 October 1953
9 September 1939
7 August 1950
19 January 1948

22 July 1948
18 January 1958
8 February 1941
19 May 1945
29 Septerrtf 1931
11 June 1956
9 July 1947
17 January 1941
25 January 1948
19 February 1947
22 January 1956
22 Noerrol 1951
27 May 1954
12 January 1941
19 November 1962
25 October 1944
2 Decanter 1960
13 June 19"3
29 January 1956
1 July 1940
12 Jura 1939
5 January 1940
7 March 1949
27 October 1958
21 September 1952
10 July 1954
22 March 1952
17 August 1964







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EUGENE. Antgo. Uiueranem
EUSTACHE. Wilson. Colonel
EXCELLENT. Bertrand Ronald, Lieutenant
EXCEUS. Rock. Ueutenare
FAIETON. iDeudonne. Leutenanta
FELIX, JeanODarel. Lieutenant
FELIX. Jeat-Rabel Lieutenant
FETIERE. Edrundr Captair
FIDELE. Jean-Lackner. Leten ant
FILS-AIME. GerarE, Leutenant
FILS-AIME. Heive. Lutenant
FILTIDOR, Loea Jean. Ueutenanr
FLEURY, Arnone. Leutegarlt
FLORESTANT. Josept, Lmore,. Colonel
FLOREXIL, eEdn Major
FORCANT. Carol. Captnai
FRANCE, Pjrmre-oeL baenant
FRANQOIS. Evanar Mactartand


FRANCOIS. Jes Hairay. Lieutenant
FRANCOIS. Jeanr-Pere. Major
FRANCOIS, Jerome. Lweuterant
FRANQOIS. Joseph Michet, Ueutenant
Colonel

FRANCOIS, Paul Audmar. Lieutenant
GABRIEL.Jean Robert Colonel
GARCON. AMerrra Maunce, Leutenardt
GASSAN. Jean Necker, Leulenant Colonel
GAUBERT. Cartyie Ltietenart
GAY, Perre Gerald Ensin
GEDEON. Joan Evans. Laeuienant-Colonel
GEORGEON. Joseph Horres. LIeutenanr
GEORGES, Francos Arnold. Lieutenant
GEORGES. Reynaid
GERMAIN. Angiade. Ueurenant
GERMAIN. ODeaoreL tDeugnant
GERMAIN. Hetn P., Leir*ra.nt-Co!''el
GERMAIN. PetMI. Lrjeuenanr
GILLES. JoseCh Harry. Lieutenant
GIRAUD. MicOel P. L., Caoptain
GOBY. Jean Brune. Colone
GONEL Bertrand. Lbeuenart
GRACIA. DdOeroL Captajn
GREFFIN. Jean Gary. Captain
GROSHOMME. Bejony. Colonel
GUERRIER. Deoby. Leuarnant-Colonel

GUERRIER. Jean Roger. Major
GUILLAUME. FIobrt. Leuterant
GUILLAUMETTE. Ardoine. Laeulenant
GUSTAVE. Chnstoan. Leutenant
HAGE. Mona isa"e. Cartam
HENRY. JeanMary Frtz. Major
HENRY, Verane. Lmeueant
HENRYS. Anroane Gracia. LDutenant
HERMANN. MchleAnge, reutenaro Colo-
nel
HEROLD. Aedre. Leutenant
HILAIRE. Max. Capart
HILMAIN, Adron 0D, L nterlant
IRA, Joseph Mracle. Major
JACOB. Joseph Pierre. Colonel
JACOT, Ensi ne. Captar
JACQUES, Antrne. Lautenant
JACQUES. Georges L. Ljeouenant
JACQUES. Horaro-Loaanc. Leulenant
JACQUES, Joseap Yvon. Leutienant
JACQUES. Josue. Lautenant
JACOUES-LOUIS. Max. Lieuterant
JACOUET. Hours. Captan
JACCQUTTE. Jean Ware, Lieutenant
JAN'VIER. Jean,,ues. Lieuenant


Organrzation

Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hamtian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Forcas
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hartian Armed Forces
Haian Armed Forcet
Haitan Armed Forces
Haiian Armed Forces
Hamtan Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces



Haitian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces,
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces


Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Forcts
Hartian Armed Forces
Hamtian Armed Forces
Hartan Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hartan Armed Forces

Haitan Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Hntanan Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces

Hatian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hamrtan Armed Forces
Hartian Armed Forces
Haiian Armed Forces
Hamian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces

Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Anrmed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces

Hartian Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hamtian Armed Forces
Ha;ian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hamtian Armed Forces
Haian Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Haiman Arme Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces


Idanryng Informaeon

Has
Ha24
HaA

Haa
Has
HaM

Ham
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Had.
Halb
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Ham
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Has : Pasoo N.

Has
Harm
Hal
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Ham


HaA
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Harbt
Has

Hast
Hast
Haim



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Harit



Hat
Hart


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Had; Pas po N. 81-161845
Har Po-a-
HaA
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HaWU
Harts. Passport No. 81-161845
Droauiard Sanhe Village. Por-au-Price.
Haii. Pasaporn No. 5-271932

Hast
Hasl
Huo


Hau.
Ham

Ham
Har
Haju
Haiti

Ham.
Has
Has
HaO

Han

HaM



Han,
Has
Hasto
Hat

Haiti


ODe Of arth

21 July 1942
20 No.rrmber 1942
24 May 1961
16 August 1961
31 Oecerter 1953
13 Mary I959
15 February 1957
9 March 1962
5 Aug. 1960
2 October 1944
10 Jarary 1963
27 February 1946
27 Jult 1963
18 Noverrew 1949,
4 Fruary 1955 .
26 Janery 1939
18 Decr er 1952
6 May 1952


9 Nov ertr 1947
18 March 1951
4 Apei 1944
6 May 1957


20 August 1962
It August 1953 or 1958
26 July 1945
12 February 1942
9 March 1959
23 DeOenter 1963
11 ApN 1944
14 January 19561
4 Septemrer 1942
16 October 1946
13 July 1939
4 Secerbter 1951
6 September 1951
9 January ISM
22 January 1962
14 December 1940
28 SepteOmbe 1951
10 Aprf 1961
13 March 1954
6 Decenter 1958
12 February 1948
14 October 1949

20 April 1957
28 JC) 1961
8 Noserrte 1951
3 February 1943
29 May 1952
8 June 1951
10 April 1955
20 January 1944
3 October 1952

23 March 1959
3 July 1960
7 February 1945
14 Marcn 1951
22 Apyn 1940
22 June 1951
24 Noverer 1950
28 Dec twer 1940
16October 1944
8 Martt 1947
17 Aprl 1945
4 June 1964
18 Sepernter 1951
17 Marct 1967
18 March 1935







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Nanm/Rak*
JASMIN, Jacques-uy. ULeutlenat
JEAN. HaM s A.. LieuenaOt
JEAN. Jonas. Colonel
JEAN, Phno, Captain
JEAN. Rigaud, Lieutenant
JEAN-SAPTISTE. Charles Eusebe. Colonel
JEAN-BAPTISTE. Elysee. Lieutenant
JEAN-BAPTISTE. James. Captain
JEAN-BAPTISTE. Jean Occekus. Lieutenant
JEAN-BAPTISTE. Lyonel. Captain
JEAN-8APTISTE. Michel-Ango. eutlenrt
JEAN-SAPTISTE, Rodiy. Captain
JEAN-BART, Thomrr Kerns, Captain
JEAN-BRICE. Ralph Stanldey, Lieutenant
JEAN-CHARLES. Franit S.. Captain
JEAN-FRANCOIS. Frantz. Lieuenant
JEAN-FRANI;OIS. Serge. Lieutenant
JEAN-GILLES. Andre M., Colonel
JEAN-JACOUES. Yvon. Captain
JEAN-PAUL Innocent J.-C. Lieutenant
JEAN-PHILIPPE. Joseph Nevert. Lieutenant
JEAN-PIERRE. Gannel, Lieutenant
JEAN-PIERRE. Mtgnard. Lieutenant
JEANNITE. Alfred, Lieutenant
JEROME. Auguste Raphael. Major
JEUDY, Jean-Claude. Lieutenant Colonel
JEVOUSAIME, Max. Lieutenant
JOACHIM. Mane Gima. Leutenaet
JOANIS. Jackson, Captain

JOAZILE, Jea-Rodolphe. Lieutenant
JOCELYN, F.ritz Colonel
JOLICOEUR. Olmt, Lieutenant
JONASSAINT, Renold. Leutenant
JONQUIS. AOnone, Lieutenantr
JOSAPHAT, Andre Claude Lieutenant
Colonel
JOSE. Jean-Eugene. Colonel
JOSEPH. Antotne Th., Lieutenant
JOSEPH., Claude. Captain
JOSEPH. Claudy. Lieutenant
JOSEPH. Demes G.. Lieutenant
JOSEPH, Jean Ronel. Captain
JOSEPH, Jean Ulnoue, Lieutenant
JOSEPH. Jethro. Lieutenant
JOSEPH. Lous-ane, Lieutenant
JOSEPH. Milanon Odamus. Lieutenant
JOSEPH. Raphael Atho, Lieutenant
JOSEPH. Rcot. Major
JOSEPH. St-Fort. Leutenant
JULES, Jean Ader. Lieutenant
JULISSE. Rosemoid. Lieutenant
JUSTAFORT. Coulange. Lieutenant Colonel
JUSTAFORT. Serge. Maoor
KERCY, Garry Mchel. Captain
KERNIZAN. Marc. Major
KERSAINT. Esnaider. Major
LAFONO. Jea-Oorion Laeuenant
LAMANDE. Rene Raymond. Lieutenant
LAMOUR. Phalange. Lieutenant
LAROCHELLE. Gerald. Captain
LAROQUE. Serge. Lieutenant
LASSEGUE. Pierrt Philippe

LATORTUE. Your. Lieutenant
LAURORE. Appolos. Colonel
LAZARRE. Schubert. Lieutenant
LEANDPE. Ednck. Captain
LEMITHE. Felix. Lieutenant Colonel
LENESCAT. Joseph Chariot. Leutenant
LEONIDAS. Bemardo R.. Lieutenant-Colonel
LESSAGE. Jode. Colonel
LEVASSEUR, liovert. Lieutenant
LOISEAU. Joel. Mator


Haman Arned Forces
Hartan Anned Fores
Haman Anned Forces
Hatan Armed Foces
Haitian Armed Force
Haitan Armed Force
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Forcem
Haitian Armed Fores
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
HMatian Armed Forces
Hamn Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
HaMtian Armed Force
Hadian Anmed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hamtan Annrmed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Forces
Harman Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Haman Amnted Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces

Haman Armed Forces
Hamtan Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Anmed Forces

Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hamtan Amed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
HaMtan Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Fores
Ha an Armed Fores
Haian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hartan Armed Fores
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Aimed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
HaKan Armed Fores
Haman Armed Forces
Hatan Anned Forces
Haan Armed Forces
Hartian Armed Forces
Haman Armed Fores
Han Armed Forces


Haitian Anmed Forces
Herb- Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Haman Amedl Forces
Hamn Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
HaMn Anneal Forces
Hamrtan Armed Forces
Hamn Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces


--
kMntlying Intmnmbon
Haid
Had
Ham
Hard
Ham
HUo
Hamt
Hamf
Ham
Hard

Haid
Haii

Ham


Ham

Ham
Hat

Ham
Ham
Halo
Hamt

Haiti
Hati

Hard
Ham
Hairb

HaM
Haitim

Ham
Haiti

Ham
Haim
Ham
Herb
Hard
Ham
Haimt
Haf
HaM
Hamr
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Hamf
Hart

RDusAa 45. No. t,. Porl-u-Prnct. Hait
Hamt

Haf

Hamt

Harb


Ham
HaMS


Hamf

Hamf
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Date of 8ut"

22 Novetmer 1945
IS October 1950
12 Septment 1951
2 April 1954
19 Novenrbar 1942
19 July 1942
17 September 194
30 July 1959
16 Api 1944
1 March 1947
5 Jue 1960
5 Ocober 1959
7 March 1959
25 March 1968
17 Decnteir 1960
23 June 1960
15 Fetiuary 1950
19 Aprl 1931
25 NovMerter 1958
24 April 1949
30ctober 1950
13 May 1961
13 October 1968
11 July 1946
8 September 1949
28 March 1944
2t May 1946
30 Septenxer 1960
25 October 1958

15 Seplerrer 1962
12 November 1941
18 March 1949
6 February 1953
19 June 1946
17 August 1956

10 June 1952
2 July 1945
12 August 1956
14 September 1961
4 Aprn 1943
15 March 1954
23 September 1937
17 Apnl 1946
26 May 1956
29 Apnd 1941
20 May 1948
30 October 1950
3 August 1943
15 October 1961
7 March 1952
18 ApnI 1950
12 June 1955
21 Septermer 1960
5 September 1955
2 January 1953
15 June 1945
20 May 1942
18 Noventer 1946
4 ApnI 1958
17 Decefter 1943


13 Norbter 1967
11 March 1954
18 Fetbruay 1950
29 Septentber 1952
30 Apno 1943
10 June 1949
28 February 1942
19 February 1954
31 Dscerrter 1954
11 Noveember 1954












Federal Register / Vol. 59. No. 67 / Thursday. April 7, 1994 / Rules and Regulations 16555


Name/Rank Orgazabon eosfyio ingtnreman DOse ot Boath


LOUIS. Cassrnr. Major
LOUIS. Dauptlre. Ueuurnant
LOUIS, Edy. Colonel
LOUIS. Gerard E.., Jr.. Laeutenant
LOUIS. Jlan Sageste. Lieutenant
LOUIS, Marc Albte Major
LOUIS, Max4-abrl. Lieutenant
LOUIS, Micrel. Colonel
LOUIS-JACOUES, Rchelet S.. Major
LOUISY. FrckLi. Lieutenant
LUBIN. Emmanuel, Laputenant
LUBIN, Ernst J. M.. Major
LUMAS. Jean Justn, Lautenam
MAHAUTIERE. Pemn Charles, Lieutenant
MARCEL Fnr Gerald, Ueulenant
MARCEUN. Eddy. Capaam
MARIUS, Hyppotle. Lianraro
MARIUS. Mores. Leuenart
MARS, Brane, Captam
MASSENA. Somner. Captam
MASSENART, Boonace E., LJeutenant
MATHURIN. Frerot Loraenant Coloral
MAURICE. Joe, Maor
MAURICE. Joseph Francoo. Lieutenant
MAXIME, Joan Mrguenoe. Lweienanta
MAYARDO. Hery (HMor) Max B.gedra
General
MEDACIER. AppolAn. MWaor
MEHU. Wrweg, Lieutenant Colonel
MENARD. Jea-Emmnuri. Captain
MENELAS. Jean Gaeo. Ljeutesnta
MERILUS. Exantus. Llarenant
METELLUS, Marc Antoire. Lmutenant Colo-

MICHAUD. Eugene Henry. Liaeutenant
MICHEL FPt. LMoearnan
MICHEL Francas. LieMtenant
MICHEL. Fnrm. Lieutenant
MICHEL Jear-Frz. Lr. earnt
MICHEL Joseph, Captan
MICHEL. Stanr sas A. Leutenamnt
MINGOT. Mart. Laeolenam
MINISTE. YVes Plarrsmond, Liutenant
MITTON. Jacky, Captaen
MOMBES. Tess r LDeuenarnt
MOMPOINT. Fred Renaud. Leutenant
MOMPOINT. Memtz. Captarn
MONDELUS. Gibert. Lkeurenamn
MONFORT. Jear* aBtrid. Lrrernant
MONTHERVIL. Josue, Lreuenartl
MONUMA. PradI J., Major
MUSSET. Oius, L.tereranr
NARCISSE. Margareth I.. Loutenant
NASSAR. Mane Elva S.. L oetenant
NELSON. Jean Thomas. Capl:am
NEPTUNE. Prr E.C. Captain
NICOLAS. Mane Grta. Lieutenant
NOEL Pterra Ednss. Liouenant
OCCENAD. Jear-Claude. Ueruenant CAo-

OCCIL Jearn-Raymond. Lmtenant
OUVIER. Jean Wodctd. L ujtenant
ORMIUCE. Aooine O.P- Lreutenant
OVIL Mrcnl Jerome. LeuWnant
OVILMAR, Sagesse. Lauterant
PAUL Max



PASCAL Jean Benes. Lasutenant
PASCAL Jose. Lieutenant
PASCAL. Paul. Leuurant
PAUL, Benedct. Ensugn


Haman Anred Forte
Haman Armed Fores
Haman Armed Forces
HaMan Armed Fores-
Hamtan Armed Forte
Hamtan Armed Fores
Haman Armed Fores
HaMan Anned Fores
Haman Armed Fores-
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Fortes
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hatian Armed Fortces
Haman Armed Forces
Shaman Armed Forces
Haiman Armed Fores
Haeman Armed Forces-
Marn Armed Forces
Haman Armed Fortes
Haman Armed Forces

Haman Armed Foret
Hatman Armed Forces
Haitian Anoed Forces

Hawan Aremed Foroe
Hatman Armed Forces
Haitan Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hadman Armed Forces
Hartan Armed Forces

Hatman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forse
Haman Armed Fores
Haeran Anned Forces
Haman Anned Forces
Haman Armed FoPrte
Haman Armed Forts
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hatman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Fortes
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Hamtan Armed Forces
Haroan Armed Fortes
Hartan Armed Forces
HaMan Armed Forces
Haman Arted Forces
Haran Armed Foceas
Hatman Armed Forces
Haeban Armed Forces
Haran Armed Forcets
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces


Haoan Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forcet

HaMan Armed Forces

HaMaon Armed Forces
Haman Atrmed Forces




HaMaon Armed Forces


Hamt
Hamn
Ham
Ham
Ham
Her
Ham
Hadt
Ham
Ham

Ham
Hati
Ham
Ham
Ham
Hao
Ham
Hare
Ham

HaM

Ham
Ham

Hat
Ham

Hart
Hao


Ham
Ham

Mat

Han
Hartb





Hamt
Ham


Ha=
Harb
Ham
Ham

Hart
Haro
Hamr
Hamr
Hart
Hamt



Hart
Hart
Hare
Hart
Hamt



Hamt
Ham
Haun
Haiti-



HaKm

Hart
Ham
Har
Bourdtm. Impasse sIgnac No. 7. Hatm; La
Saina Bouievard. P.O. Box 616. Porn-
a-Pnrtnce, Mat; P.O. Box 1792. Port-
au-Phnoe. Haro Passporl No. 9-
705113
Hamt
Hart
Hart
Ham


26 July 1952
I February 1957
21 June 1951
SDecermber 1964
27 August 1948
26 May 1952
6 March 1964
28 September 1949
16 Novembnter 1950
7Aprt 1961
25 Decenter 1944
1 January 1955
29 September 1943
31 August 1944 *
12 August 1964
20 May 1958
20 March 1957
5 May 1962
30 Novearber 1954
7 June 1947
S June 1957
25 October 1950
10 Decntber 1953
8 March 1946
28 October 1960
7 February 1947

4 October 1951
9 June 1954
26 April 1944
25 June 1960
15 February 1949
18 Novyerer 1952

4 Noertr 1937
31 May 1952
25 December 1952
23 Novemser 1960
9 October 1937
15 October 1957
13 November 1940
17 October 1939
15 August 1956
2 November 1957
22 January 1956
7 October 1967
25 May 1959
19 Nover brr 1953
24 November 1946
5 March 1959
17 l pnt 1950
4 February 1950
3 March 1962
10 October 1959
1 June 1960
25 May 1958
27 December 1949
22 March 1960
2 Octtober 195

23 May 1963
16 August 1948
13 July 1942
29 September 1960
20 February 1963
17 May 1945



15 January 1952
20 AprI 1949
30 June 1951
23 Apni 1962







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News/Rank O seOrpuon tarorbq t1al nralon Dl B0 art

PAUL. Mno, L-uMnart Haman Armed Foes Had 2 Auos 1953
PAUL Norme. La erWrt Hatan Armred Fores Ha. 13 u&by IM3
PAUL Painck. laaeee Hattan Aimed Fores Has 20 Febaroy 79S3
PAULEMON. Jo.sp. WVy. Lieutenant Haratan Armed Fores Ha" 11 MarcA 1"92
PAUUN, Jeatersla, Luet w IMamtan Armed Forme HatS 18 Auoat 1947
PEFRISSION, Jan J,.am, iuIenrard Haban Armed Forces Has 15 January 1932
PETCON. Marea Le"y, ueserant Hartan Armed Forces HaS 23 JAy 150
PCITT-FRERE. Ctansa P. Luternatt attan Armed Forces Hat 25 Ma" 1333
PETIT-PHAT, Jean Mbc-., L.uteant Ha.-.an Armed Fores Has 12 Januery t958
PHIUPPE. Can Dwrwen Ccorw Ha.man Arned Forces Has 3 My t 33
PH UFPE, J ssAJat-e. Eteuto.e Hatan Armed Forces Ha 26 AJu 1953
PHILPP'E. Load. L enA-ntm Ham an Armed Forees Has 21 OQter U134
PHLOCENE, Jacqes Jo efk, Ma41 Hat-an Armed Forces Ha. 33 Difrw T 40
PIERRE, Bars. L eAr Hatan Armed Faces' Hat 21 Jr 1947
PIERRE. Chreawrt. Lawn. Hatman Arrmed Forces MHat 6 Jars-ay IE=
PIERRE, Ed twsr. beLi arw Ha'a"n Armed Forces H.a 15 FtCqr y 9Ar
PIERRE. Edwy^, Cas 't Hamtan Armed Fores Has t No W er Tm
PIERRE. EL t. L.mee: HRattan Armed Forme Hart 27 Oicter t%
PIERRE, Jw D ae, Catm Hartan Aimed Fames Hat 5 JtnAs 1'.%
PIERRE. Jean Peates LutoearN Heaan Armed Fores Ha IS Jnary 949
P;EPRE. Jean L*x. Caan MaHan Amed Fores Hal 4 Ocate 1itS
PIERRE. Jan WIme L, ant Hatan Amed Fores Has 1 t3 Dec'sne 1951
PI'RRE. Raenrt Fa aseuLenan Hatian Anred Forces RHa 8 Febfipy 1937
PIERRE. Jseta Raeynoed LUa&tenan Hat-an Armed Forets HMB I Jeue 1W97
P'ERRE. JOiIeh Wc. L Lanoant HaKan Armed Fores Haos 1 Se ferte 4w0
PIERRE, Li. betI arat Hma.n Armed Fores Har 25 May ?959
PIERRE. M-ar Jeie. LAeuterant aman Armed Forces Ha 27 AuguJo 1951
PIERRE. PawnMt Rase Catae Heaan Armed Foces Hat 9 AprO 19W0
PIERRE. Pe.' GCarrw. MaLp Hatian Armed Formes Ha 1s JAPy t943
PIERRE. Rg u LFauearw MaHtan Anrmd Fr-es Haer 7 Noertfe TS40
PIERRE. Remy. Isueenart Conel Harlan Armed Fores H"at 17 May 1S47
PIERRPPE, P enr La.utant l-mtia Armed Fores Has 23 January 1933
PIERRE. Fter7, LaU1-oe HRoan Armeed Forces Hats S JSury 19
PIERRE. UIneT. Cayan Hamtn Armed Foresi Hari 15 NoentOr 1942
PIERNE ANTOI N .Js*._ Cotorne HIatt, Armed Fores Mal 19 Lta4ea 7551
PIERRE-CHARLES. Fartz Cascat Ha tan Armed Fores Ha's 27 Feoaray 7958
PIE RE F4-S, AflesA. Leoeeant Raian Armed Fores Hai B5 Otoe 1944
PIERRE-FLS, stWa. Laeuwrt Haean Armed Fores Ha's 3 Sneraim 137
PIEFRE -FANICS, Jean Dy. Capta Hactan Armed Fores Hoat S iy 1k" 5
PIERRE-FRAN40S. MeW-44ey, Capain Haman Armed Fores Hoa 30 JSAr 1I$1
P!ERRE-JF. OME GMs Vicenl, Le- Heia Armed Fores Has 5 can'eb TS75

PIERRE-LO S, Hube.t M W. Captam Martan Armed Fores Heat 24 DoWtern 7952
PIERRE-PAUL. Ertla. L-aexars Hrtan Armed Fores Hati 1 DecreW tM9a
POISSON, DEenc\ Catr Harean Armed Fores Hat 16 Ftuary 1943
POULARD. D-es, LeMrtoan Haman Armed Foraes KatS May 1557
PRATO,. Nconas A, LFanrwd Haoer Armed Fores Hat A AJy t1s
PREVAL, A d. LoUsAnae Hatan A-med Fores HKM 3 STeenteB 1S9
PRCrETE, Gaerw, LtEsfre Hartan Armed Faorces Ha 21 Cacm'toe IOt
PRUCHOMME. EFrst. Ccoatd Hat-an Armed Fores Hatr 22 SEpert 1954
PYRAM. Jean E-wy, Lanrre Matanrt Armed Fores Ha' 14 Ae- 1I53
RAPHAEL, Fcoan. Laamerwe CokaWal Htran Armed Fores Hat 14 Noee7 1043
RAPHAEL. R-a. CaptmI HFoan Armed Foraes hao 27 1ay 1941
RAVILUS. Rmeromd tt. CaVt. Hartian Armed Fores Harts 17 Mareh 1=1t
RAYNALD. Pe.4, bLuetrt mat-an Armed Fores HaM 9 k Jty 153
REMEUS. Daros. Laneare Ha.-man Armed Forces Kar 2 De-tr-s TS40
REMY, Jeen Se,,, lemasrent Meain Armed Fores Ha' 11 Acrt 955
REWY, JeaMb-at Leoerars Hae-, Armed Fames Rate 8 Jrs 1945
RCMY. Jsar1Thlor's Lsm natre Hanan Arred Forme Heas t4 Apt Tua
RENAUD. L-ee. Mawr HeTan Armed Fores MHa 22 Marcih 15
RENE. Jacees. Latuserw Ha-tan Armed Faores Hao a MUcnt T30
RENE, Jean Ibebrt. Lueweer Caorie MRaan Armed Formes Ha 3 Mty t2S3
RENE. Jean Roase-w. L.u*r0" Haitan Armed Fores Hart 2 Ocr-sr 1=S
RENE. Jeao-iraes, Capts HaRman Armed Foes HaIs 29 Decaset 1W0
RENE. se Akt,. Cccrneoi Hltan Armed Fores Haot 23 Jdy 1951
RENE. Yoairet M, Lwasernt Fnn Aered Foreces Hat 24 Senerot*e 1952
RICKARD. Derms. aeenrtarrt LHessa Amei1d bFcoes Rai 2 Marcr 1W43
RICHARO. Loawrt-M- M., LUmeNWs Kl&ate Armed Fa- KMam 15 JtA 1951
RICOT. Myr-a. MaWr haue Armed Fores Hat 11 June 1937
ROSERT. JesnEdw.*e. LFeuteaat Rartan Anmed Fne Hait 15 August 192
RODNEY. Fraes Du.ers. Catain RamHan Armed Fores HartI 29 O=se 195I
ROLAND. Loa.-Cftarie. Cacta Hattan Armed Fores Hat 18 Se.r0t.r i148
ROLLANO, Jear-Cbasetl MI HRan Armed Foraes ate 23 Apr 19*9IW
ROMAIN. Francs Hait 29 Jasary 1lM







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Federal Register / VoL 59, No. 67 / Thursday, April 7. 1994 / Rules and Regulations 16557


Nwma Ogaarraion Iodily ng inonaten Da of Biat


ROMULUS. Durnarsaus, Colonel
ROMULUS. Jean Macere. Captaun
ROMULUS. M4ral P., Colon-el


ROSARION. Jean Romann. Lieutenant
ROSEMBERG, Yves Mane R. Captain
ROY. CltWer. Lieutenant
SAIDEL Jean Fncot. Lieutenant
SAJNVIL, Ranus, Colonel


SAINT GERMAIN. Rubens. Lieutenant
SAINT-ELOL. Inerste, eutLantn
SAINT-FLEUR. Ah-Robert, Lieutenant
SAINT-FLEUR, Ansthoete, Catain
SAINT-FLEUR. Ern.t. Leutenant
SAINT-FLEUR. Mchaud. Ma.or
SAINT-JEAN. Jornque. Ueulenant
SAINT-JOY. Jean Anrand. Mayor
SAINT-JUSTE. Josp. Lieutenant
SAINT-LOUIS. Herov. LIeutenant-
SAINT-LOUIS. Jacques N-, Lieutenant
SAINT-PHAT. Cetelus. Lieuenant
SAINT-PIERRE. Jean Claude. LeuLten.ant
SAINT-P1ERRE. Reynald. Lieutenant
SAINT-VIL. Jean A20or. Leutweant
SAINTIL, Agnes, Lmutenant
SAINTIL. Sadrac. Colonel
SAINTILAIRE. Joseph Odes, LeutenantM
Colorel
SALOMON, Rtianrd. Lieuenarnt
SANON, Anthony. lieutenant
SANON, Merceteu. Cap an
SANZ. Joseph Lesyf. Map o
SCOTT. Emmanuel E.E... Lieuenan
SEIDE. Arrtn.ao Lonuce. Captain
SHOUTE. Jears Mernet. LauIenantl

SIMILIEN. Fnto. Lieutenant
SIMON. Estimen, Leutena-n Cosole
SOUFFRANT. Yves Jea-Mre. Captain
ST-FLEUR Jean,. LeuIenant
ST-FLEUR. Mart-al Raynald. Mayor
ST-JUUEN. Adnen. Leutenant
SUPR EN. JeasrF-euart, Leutenant
SURIN, Gera-1. Captain
SYDNEUS. Damaxe, Colonel
SYLVAIN, Arnar. Lieutenant
SYLVA1N. Ddtefot Lyonet (Lonef), Coonel
TACHOUTE. L.mngsnta. Leutenant
TELFORT. Adnen, uLefna-n
TELUSMA. Joseph. Lieutenant
THELISMA. Mac Gregor, Leutenantl
THERANUS. Mano. Lieuenant
THERLONGE, Jean-CauOe. Leutenant
THiBAUD. Errranue, Leuenant
THOMAS. Joseph Jacques. Mafor
TIMO, Rayna. Captain
TOUSSAINT. Henno, Leutenant
TOUSS.AINT. Ludovi P. Lieutenant
TOUSSAINT. Tacwe. Lieutenant
TRAVERSIERE. Jacues, Ensign
TRECILE. Jean-Yonr, Leutenant
TUFFET. Jean-Vctuo. Lieutenant
TURENNE. Jean Attone. Leutenant
ULY.SE. Mc aelte. Lieutenant
VALET, Jea-n-Emon. Leersnarn
VALET, Paul Ludoc. euenant
VALLES. Em-anue. A MJ. Captain
VALME. Marc, Mador


VALMOND. Hebert Cooret


Haman Anned Forces
Hamoan Armed Forces
Hastan Anned Force


Haman Armned Forces
Haitian Armed Fore
Hanan Armed Forces
Hastan Anmd Forces
Haian Armed Forces


Hatan Armed Fores
Haman Armed Fores
Haman Armed Fores
Hartan Armed Forces
Haman Armed Fores
Haman Armed Forces
Hatian Arred Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Haitian Armed Forces
Hasman Armed Foces
Haman Amed Forces
Hatian Armed Forces
Hartan Armed Forces
Hatan Arred For'es
Hartian Armed Forces
Haoian Armed Forces
Hamtan Armed Forces
HMatan Arned Forces

Hatian Armed Forces
Hastn Armed Forces
Hartan Armned Fores
HMaan Armed Forces
Hatman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
i zL.an Ar.-,e ro.ets
Hartian Arned Forces
Haman Anrted Forces
Haian Armed Forces
Hantan Armed Forces
Hartan Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Ha an Armed Forces
Hartian Armed Forces
Ha=-an Armed Forces
Hoaan Armed Forces-
HMaan Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Hatan Armed Forces
Hartan Armed Forces
Haman Armed Forces
Haitian Arme-d Forces
HaiIan Armed Forces
Hamtan Armed Forces
Hamran Armred Forces
Hartian Arred Fortes
Hatian Areed Forces
Hatian Anmed Forces
Haian Armed Forces
Hatian Anted Fore-
Hamtan Armed Fortes
Haman Anrmed Forces
Haman Arred Forces
Mamtan Armed For-es
Hatman Arted Fores
Haman Armed ForZe
HMatan Armeds Forces
Haitan Armed Forces


Haman Armed Forces


Ham
Haot
K-amt 11903 Coronada Place. Kensing-
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7585
Haor

Ham
Ham
Darmus 6&, Rue C. Harry No. 2. Port-
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161640
Haut
H0ib
HaS
Harb
Hae
Host
Hat
Ham
Hat
Ha ti
Ham
Ham
Harti
Hat

Ham
Hart
Hart

Ham

Hart
Hamt
Haot

Hat
Hart
Hat

Ham
Han


Hart
Hae
Hat
Han

Hat
Ham
Hart
Hart
Hant

Ham
Hamt
Ham
Harti
Ham
Ham
Hanm
Hat
Hart
Hat
Hat
Hati
Hait
Ham
Harti
HartI
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Pot-au-Pnnce. Hat; Passport No. 81-
142979
Hat


18 or 1i August 1948
23 August 1257
26 FaeWy 1949


17 Nov~erte 1967
25 Decertf 165
6 SeptWer. 1964
14 May 1962
15 SepWetrb 1952


2 May 1963
4 March 1945
12 May 1946
22 May 1943
30 Octoer 1960
1 Deceiw 1955
3 October 1965
7 Nov.e'rer 1956
10 Marcn 1940
10 July 141
5 Decenter 1947
20 Apnl 1940
2S GOober 1952
29 August 1965
26 Fe btary 1949
26 Fetuary 1945
29 January 1953
4 Fetruary 1945

18 January 1960
18 June 1943
27 June 1948
26 Apnr 1953
3 March 1951
19 August 2952
14 June 1 60
21 Jury 1943
4 Apr 1947
3 March 1941
11 Ocuoer 1957
28 June 1961
3 Auguslt 194
15 August 1937
10 January 1953
1 February 1942
10 Ap"e 1"44
4 October 1939
10 June 1950
224 nu'ry 1953
28 Juy 1949
7 Octter 1954
Seotertber 198
17 Decernter 1966
15 Decetien 1945
15June 19 4
15 Marct 1955
9 August 1957
11 March 1962
17 July 1942
2 March 1964
6 June 1945
22 Decerrter 1961
24 Septebet 1942
16 March 1944
21 Seperote, 1962
3 NovH roer 1941
13 June 1943
30 March 1956
5 Decenter 1953


17 May 1949






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8134 Federal Registter / Vol. 59, No. 34 / Friday. February 18. 1994 / Rules and Regulations


DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
Office of Foreign Assets Control
31 CFR Part 580

HaltIan Transactions Regulations;
Extension of Assembly Sector
Licenses
AGENCY: Office of Foreign Assets
Control, Treasury.
ACTION: Policy statement.
SUMMARY: The Offce of Foreign Assets
Control is extending until March 31.
1994. the expiration date for all current
assembly sector licenses issued
pursuant to the Haitian Transactions
Regulations.
EFFECTTV DATE: January 31. 1994.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Steven L Pinter. Chief of Licensing (tel:
202/622-2490), or William B. HoMnan.
ChiefCounsel (teL: 202J622-2410).
Office of Foreign Assets Control.
Department of the Treasury,
Washington. D.C. 20220.
SUPPLEMD4ARY UWFOUATION:
Electronic Availability
This document is available as an
electronic file on The Federal Bulletin
Board the day of publication in the
Federal Regster. By modem dial 202/
512-1387 or call 202/512-1530 for disks
or paper copies. This file is available in
Postscrspt. WordPerfect 5.1 and ASCL

Licenses issued pursuant to $ 580.515
of the the Haitian Transactions
Regulations. 31 CR part 580 (the
"Regulations", authorize transactions
in connection with both the exportation
to Haiti of articles contamining specified
parts or materials, and the importation
into the United States of specifLed
articles assembled in Haiti containing
materials or parts exported from the
United Stales By a policy statement
issued on January 6. 1993. the
axpiretion date of those liceans was
extended to January 31. 994 158 FR
3228. lan. 8. 19931. The Ofice of
Foragn Asst Control has determined
to extend the licenses for an additional


so days. Accordingly. under the
authority of 50 U.S.C 1701 through
1706: E.O. 12775. 3 CFR. 191 Cornp.,
p. 349; and EO. 12779.3 CFR. 1991
Comp.. p. 367. the Ofice ci Foreign
Assets Control gives notice that:
1. The expiration date of Ail licenses
issued pursuant to S 503.515 of the
Regulations and in effect as of January
31. 1994. is extended to March 31, 1994.
2. Holders of such licenses need not
file requests for renewal with the Office
of Foreign Assets Control.
Dated: January 27. 1994.
IL. Rkicl-hard Ne.omb.
DtWor. Office ofFore r Assets Control.
Approve January 31.1994.
Jobh P. Siipsan.
A-putyAssistant Secrrary(Regulatory. Tunff
and Trade Eforcermet).
IFR Doc. 94-3736 F.led 2-15-94; 11:53 ami
acao Us Ofn .frl-.,.I











15342 Federal Register / Vol. 59. No. 63 / Friday, April 1.'1994 / Rules ind Regulations


DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
Offloe of Foreign Assets Control
31 CFR Part 580

Haitian Transactions Regulations;
Extension of Assernbly Sector
Ucenr*s
AGENCY: Office of Foreign Assets
Control, Treasury.
ACTION: Policy statement
SUMMARY: The Office of Foreign Assets
Control is extending until May 31.1994.
the expiration date for all current
assembly sector licenses issued
pursuant to the Haitian Transactions
Regulations.
EFFECTIVE DATE: March 29.1994.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
Steven L Pinter. Chief of Licensing (teL
202/622-2480). or William B. Hoffman,
Chief Counsel (tel.: 202/622-2410).
Office of Foreign Assets Control,
Department of the Treasury,
Washington, D.C. 20220.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
Electronic Availability
This document Is available as an
electronic file on The Federal Bulletin
Board the day of publication in the
Federal Register. By modem dial 202/
512-1387 or call 202/512-1530 for disks
or paper copies. This file is available in
Postscript, WordPerfect 5.1 and ASCI.
Background
Licenses issued pursuant to S 580.515
of the the Haitian Transactions
Regulations. 31 CFR part 580 (the
"Regulations"), authorize transactions
in connection with both the exportation
to Haiti of articles containing specified
parts or materials, and the Importation
into the United States of specified
articles assembled in Haiti containing
materials or parts exported from the
United States. By a policy statement
published on February 18.1994, the
expiration date of those licenses was
extended to March 31. 1994 (59 FR
8134) The Office of Foreign Assets
Control has determined to extend the
licenses for an additional 60 days.
Accordingly, under the authority of 50
U.S.C. 1701 through 1706; E.O. 12775.


3 CFR. 1991 Comp.. p. 349; and E.O.
12779. 3 CFR. 1991 Comp.. p. 387. the
Office of Foreign Assets Control gives
notice that:
1. The expiration date of all licenses'
issued pursuant to 580.515 of the
Regulations and In effect as of March 29,
1994. is extended to May 31, 1994.
. 2. Holders of such licenses need not
file requests for renewal with the Office
of Foreign Assets ControL
Dated; March 1S.1994.
.L Rkichard N coeb.
Director Office ofForegn Assets ControL
Approved: March 18, 194.
John P. Simpson.
DeputyAssantSectra y(Reulatory. Tariff
and Trade Enforcement).
[FR Doc. 94-7501 Filed 3-29-e4; 11:04 am