In the 1805 Constitution of Haiti, only blacks could be citizens

In the 1805 Constitution of Haiti only blacks could be citizens

In the 1805 Constitution of Haiti, only blacks could be citizens, and whites were prohibited from owning land Constitution of Saint-Domingue (1801). Established Toussaint as Governor for Life and gave him the right to select his successor (future governors would be limited to 5 year terms.) Provided a mechanism to overthrow any governor avoiding election. […]