Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide was expected to lay out plans for a new democratic government today, but instead fudged on the details and threw an olive branch to Haiti's elite. In his first address since his triumphant return, Aristide, speaking from the National Palace, simply promised a new government of "rich and poor." The rich had feared he would try to redistribute their wealth. Aristide also blamed right-wing foes for paying troublemakers to incite street violence that the rich are blaming on Aristide allies -- particularly an incident early today in which 60 youths looted a store in the capital. "There is a campaign of manipulation aiming to tarnish the image of the government," Aristide said.