First name: Fred Michel
Date and place of birth: January 10, 1953, in Gonaives
Political Party: Federalist Party (FP) # 27
Academic background: From 1974-1978 Fred Michel Brutus completed university studies at the National Institute of Administration and Management of International Studies (INAGHEI). It was at the Institute of Political and Administrative 1,988 frames 1990. He has also done from 1990 to 1994, studied at the Faculty of Law and Economic Sciences of Gonaives.
Route: In 1977 he made his debut as a journalist at Radio Independence Gonaives.
1979 - 1982: Director of Information at the National Television of Haiti (TNH).
1982 - 1984: General Manager of Radio Port-au-Prince and corresponding Reuters. Meanwhile in 1982-1990, he was Chairman and CEO of Toumédia "Agency Marketing and Lobbying
1984-1986: General Coordinator TNH
1990-1994: Owner and CEO of Tele
13 2000-2004: Vice President and Commercial Director of EATT
2007-2009: President Director General of Communication Expertise
January 2010 to Date: CEO of C3 Group SA and C3Editions
He is a passionate political analysis. He led several publications including Haiti Press (1982), Pope Haiti (1983) Haiti: The Invasion (1994), dates Anchor (2009), 100% Preval (2011),
The First 100 Days Martelly (2011) . Michel F. Brutus is also a member of the party Konvansyon Inite Demokratik (KID) since 1994.
From 2005 to 2009 he was Executive Secretary of the Management Board of ALYANS
From January 2015 to May 2015: Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister.
From 2005-2006: Member of the Cabinet of the Minister of the Interior, in charge of International Relations.
From June 2006 to December 2007: Chief of Staff of the Minister of Trade and Industry .
The outline of his program:
With its slogan "Rekonsilyasyon any good," his policy is based on 3-D: Decentralization -Diaspora -Dignité. He advocates the establishment of a healthy economic environment, and promises to fight: against corruption, drug trafficking, and impunity in all its forms. It also promises economic measures for the most vulnerable social categories.