Senators of G6 Opposition pull the break on meeting with Michel Martelly

Not so fast man, that is the reaction of the 6 Senators in opposition who were supposed to meet with President Michel Martelly at the National Palace today. They were supposed to meet meeting this Monday, 01 September 2014, at 11am to find ways to iron their differences.


I can picture this already: Michel Martelly coming out of the meeting with Senator Moise Jean Charles, hugging each other. Don't keep your hope, this will never happen

No meeting with President Michel martelly will take place until the Senators meet with the real political parties in opposition. This meeting is scheduled to take place on September 2nd.

I have one questions only:
"Would Senator Moise Jean Charles and President Michel Martelly shake hands?

Pawol Pale, Pawol Komprann...

Gin yon possiblite pou de gro neg yo rankontre. Mwin vle pale de Moise Jean Charles ak Presidan Michel Martelly. Presidan Martelly te konvoke 6 Senate yo kape bay broblem lan nan Palè. Min sanble ti mesye yo pa pran pressur.

Dapre sa ki tapote nan nouvel jodi-a, Senatè Pierre Francky Exius, do se pou yo ale rankontre ake Pati Politik yo ki te nan opozisyon-a avan yo rankontre Prezidan-an. Et pi mwin pa kwè ke ti mesye yo vle mete pye yo nan Pale__ no plis. Mwin panse ke rankon la kapab fet, min pa an Palè

An tou ka, se yon sel bagay mape tann: Se kote Moise Jean Charles ak Prezidan Martelly ap bay la min. Pou sa Senatè-a mete sou do Prezidan-a?


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