Do you think there is enough crisis in Haiti? The Haitian Senate doesn't think so

Let me put it this way instead: Do you think it's the right time for the Haitian Senate to start a new battle with the executive branch of government in Haiti?

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Political Confrontation in Haiti

After the affair of Attorney Andre Michel that occupied front page last week in almost all Haitian medias as well as some international medias, the Haitian Senate has decided that they also need some attention for themselves as well.

The Senate voted last week to start the interpellation proceeding for 3 Ministers in the Laurent Lamothe Government. The President of the Lower House, Senator Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aimé, made that announced at a press conference last Friday.

Who are the three 3 Ministers:
1) Jean Renel Sanon, Minister of Justice
2) David Bazile, Minister of Interior and Territorial Communities
3) Pierre Richard Casimir, Minister of Foreign Affairs

It is scheduled for November 5, 2013.

According to Senator Bien-Aimé, "We are looking for a harmonization for the dismissal of the government in its entirety..."

Now, how do you think this will end?

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