National Assembly cancelled after two roll calls

The act continues in Haiti for a National assembly. The national Assembly once again could not take place due to a lack of quorum. After two roll calls, the assembly was 4 deputies short for a quorum. The National Assembly is once again cancelled. We were able to count a total of 17 senators and 55 deputies present.


The session once again returned "continuation", according to the President of the National Assembly, Cholzer Chancy. No new date has been reserved for a new National Assembly.

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Mjcasseus says...

I believe that the senators and deputies should think of helping the country to come out of this crisis.

We cannot continue that way. We are moving to the precipice.

We do need true patriots in the parliament.

Enough is

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