Haiti better under Baby Doc, tourism increased, surpassed estimated conflict.
'The latest retain from exile n B*by : Doc's sister, Marie Denise, wife of ei-Col. Â· Dominiqtte, and the absence g^ir mother; 'Simone, who the in New York when was ousted, may well have * part n me fast shuffle - K, r j.f -Denise and her husband were'exiled from Doc's 14- ye feign, arid they were sent out 1 OT o a d. 'again last May, presumably because of dif| well .erences with Cambronne, mat Was said to have enjoyed support of the older Mrs. . y^ details of the infighting id Haiti filter out world, or even to the people -Marit of^Hatti, so closemouthed Hittiin fiilinj; cWes. truth, life in Haiti has st improved sortewhat under to ttrip of Baby Doc. Tourists been (forcing in increasing bimfceri: BMnesameh 'Â· followed the touristr,' and-Haiti has even received tome foreign bank *fter loans". " " Â·' NevertWets, Haiti is still, by far,' the poerett of the Only about of Haiti's land area can be farmed. The people n per cent illiterate, ft rural, and If per cent of Â· Average anmia 1 income is estimated at from Wl, and-even that little is equitably'distributed.