Operation Uphold Democracy
Operation Uphold Democracy was the movement of forces to Haiti to support the return of Haitian democracy. The U.S.-led Multinational Force for Haiti on September 19, 1994 with the approval of the Security Council, which, at the same time, approved the follow-on U.N. operation.
Operation Uphold Democracy happened in Haiti.
The forces consisted of U.S. military forces but assistance from 24 other nations
A Roman Catholic Priest in Haiti who was overthrown by the army.
In Haiti the leaders of government were not doing right for the country. With bad government, led to worse society in Haiti. The economy began to drop and people became more violent. The UN decided to jump in, even though not wanted by these leaders, and help restore a stable government in Haiti.
President Clinton's Haiti Address Part 01