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Six candidates wanting to be the next Prime Minister of Haiti

On Friday, Provisional President Jocelerme Privert named the six candidates who have been proposed by various political factions and civil society for the position of Prime Minister. The proposed candidates include:

Mirlande Manigat, presented by the JISTIS platform

Edgard Leblanc Fils, proposed by the majority bloc in the Chamber of Deputies

Fritz Jean, proposed by the civil society and human rights organizations

Jacques Sampeur, proposed by the G30,

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Anthony Barbier, New general secretary of the National Palace

Anthony Barbier who has been present and involved in all the activities of President Jocelerme Privert has been named general secretary of the National Palace. He will replace Jean Renel Sanon

On Thursday, February 18, 2016, Anthony Barbier has been installed as the Secretary General of the National Palace, replacing Jean Renel Sanon. He was solemnized by Enex Jean Charles, the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers. Anthony is the husband of well known Haitian journalist Liliane Pierre-Paul, who was very much critical of Martelly administration. M Barber holds a Masters in Sociology of development and a PhD in Education. His predecessor, Jean Renel Salmon was not present during his installation ceremony.

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Andre Michel Proposes Mirlande Manigat for Prime Minister

Jocelerme Privert did not waist time after becoming Provisional President. Today, he met with Several Political personalities. One of which was Andre Michel. Andre Michel took the opportunity to let the President know who he would like to see as Prime Minister. His choice is Mirlande Manigat.

What do you think about this choice, Mirlande Manigat, as Prime Minister?

Do you think she has the temperament for the job?

What about her age? Mirlande may not have the energy required to be a prime Minister at this time?

Would she want to be a prime Minister if offered to her?

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Maryse Narcisse, Mildred Trouillot Aristide at Jocelerme Privert's investiture

Is the election of Jocelerme Privert as Provisional President coup d'etat by Fanmi lavalas and Jean Bertrand Aristide? Here is a picture of Presidential Candidate under Fanmi Lavalas Maryse Narcisse and the wife of President Jean Bertrand Aristide, Mildred Trouillot Aristide, as they were in attendance at the investiture of Provisional President Jocelerme Privert at the National Palace

What do you think?

Haitian Kreyol:

Maryse Narcisse, Mildred Trouillot Aristide nan envèstitur Jocelerme Privert

Èske eleksyon Jocelerme Privert kòm Pwovizwa Prezidan se yon koudeta pa Fanmi Lavalas ak Jean Bertrand Aristide? Gade yon foto kandida pwezidansyèl anba Fanmi Lavalas Maryse Narcisse ak madanm Prezidan Jean Bertrand Aristide, Mildred Trouillot Aristide, jan yo te nan envèstitur nouvo Prezidan Pwovizwa Jocelerme Privert nan Palè Nasyonal la

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Jocelerme Privert became Haiti new Provisional President

On the night February 13 to 14, after several heated debates, the Haitian parliament has decided to vote Senator Jocelerme Privert to fill the vacuum created by the resignation of President Michel Martelly at the executive government. Three candidates met the requirements established by the bicameral committee. Jocelerme Privert came on top with 77 parliamentary votes, Edgar Leblanc received 33 votes and Dejean Belizaire received 2 votes

The new Provisional President, Jocelerme Privert, took the oath of office on the same night. He will be serving for a term of 120 days with the responsibility to organize the the second round of Presidential election, partial legislative and local elections

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Haiti Provisional President to be installed February 14

If you want to become the next Provisional President of Haiti, you still have time. The special bicameral commission is still accepting application for the position. Registration are open until February 12. There are some requirements to apply for the job. You must be at least 35 years old, have never renounced your Haitian nationality, show your affiliation to a political party and pay the sum of 500,000 gourdes to the DGI. The election will be held on February 13 and the results published on the same day. The new Provisional President will be in office on February 14, Valentine's Day.

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Prime minister Evans Paul to liquidate current affairs

Changes in the After Martelly plan. Prime minister Evans Paul will be instructed by the President of the National Assembly to management current affairs. Also, the President of the National Assembly will hold presidential election for
an interim president to fill the vacuum.

Haitian Kreyol:

Premye Minis Evans Paul ap likide zafè aktyèl

Chanjman nan plan Apre Martelly. Premye Minis Evans Paul ap ginyin pou jesyon zafè aktyèl yo. Epitou, Prezidan Asanble Nasyonal la pral gin pou fè eleksyon pou yon prezidan pwovizwa pou ranpli vakyòm Presidan Martelly kite.

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Me Jules Cantave selected as new Provisional President of Haiti

An agreement has been reached to get the country moving forward, after Michel Martelly. The Agreement was reached between the the three branches of the Haitian government, including the Executive, legislative and judiciary. According to the plan, in the presence of the president of the Haitian senate, chamber of deputies and also Me Jules Cantave representing the Court of Cassation, President Michel Martelly will address the nation to inform them of the end of his mandate as President. At that time, he will inform both the Parliament and the judicial power of the power vacuum caused by his resignation. At this time, per consensus between the three powers, the president of the Republic will proceed to the installation of the President of the Court of Cassation, Me Jules Cantave, as the new Provisional President of Haiti

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Agreement between Michel Martelly, Jocelerme Privert, Cholzer Chancy

On February 6, 2016, at the National Palace, President Martelly has officially signed an agreement with President Jocelerme Privert and Vice-President Cholzer Chancy of the National Assembly to leave office as per his plan designating a Government of transition to solve a possible vacuum of power in Haiti. The Organisation of American States has helped to broker the deal among deeply divided politicians in the Caribbean nation.

However, as per G8, this agreement attempts to validate the 2015 election disregarding the general consensus and protests of the common people. It seeks to postpone a crisis that must be solved rather. Furthermore, the presidents of the two chambers cannot be engaged to decide without a prior majority vote. The agreement has been made at a time when the former soldiers have been deployed by the administration to block the democratic impulses of the Haitian people.

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Jocelerme Privert likely to head the Transitional government?

In just two days, many will no longer have Michel Martelly to kick anymore. However, a new name will come out within the next two days. It will be a provisional government headed by someone. Who will it be? I just have one simple question. How many people think that the transitional government will be headed by none other than the Senator of the Nippes Department, Jocelerme Privert?

What do you think?

Haitian Kreyol:

Konbyen moun ki panse Jocelerme Privert pral dirije gouvènman Tranzisyonèl lan?

Nan jis de jou, anpil moun pa gen Michel Martelly pou yo choute ankò. Sepandan, yon nouvo non ap vini soti nan de jou kap vini yo. Li pral yon gouvènman pwovizwa ki dwe gen nan tèt li yon moun. Ki moun li pral ye? Mwen jis gen yon kesyon ki senp. Konbyen moun ki panse gouvènman tranzisyon pral gen nan tèt li okenn lòt moun ke Senatè nan Depatman Nip lan, Jocelerme Privert?

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