Senator Andrice Riche doesn't want to hear any plan where President Jocelerme Privert would remain in office after May 14, 2016. He wants him out. According to Senator Riche, Jocelerme can't be part of the solution.
Senator Andris Riche was unable to accept a recent statement by the president who had suggested that the elections should be conducted on the last Sunday of October 2016.
According to Riche, Privert had a clear mission which was to continue with the process of the election to have a president by May 14. He even suggested that President Privert could return to his previous position as the President of the Senate
Senator Andris Riche once again went back to his rich vocabulary to describe the Lavalas movement started by former President Jean Bertrand Aristide. Following the investiture of Prime Minister Fritz Jean, in an interview given to the news media, Senator Andris Riche refers to both President Jocelerme Privert and Prime Minister Fritz Jean as Members of the Political Party Lavalas which already damaged Haitian politic. He also referred to them as pest rats, rabble, delinquents who are dressed
What do you think?
Andris rich refere a Lavalas kòm rat ensèk nuizib, delenkan ki abiye
On Wednesday, the dialogue between the Executive and the Senate failed, which made President Martelly, through a request from the Senate President, Senator Simon Dieuseul Desras, grant an ultimate and small delay to the Senators. The Senate president is trying again to convince the opposition senator members of G6, Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aîmé (NorthEast), FranckyExius (South), Jean-Charles Moïse (North), WestnerPolycarpe (North), Jean William Jeanty (Nippes) and John Joël Joseph (West),aboutvice-president of the Senate, Senator Andris Riché's, proposal. The proposal had been presented before the house on Tuesday and was supported by majority of the senators.
In his presentation, Senator Andris Riché had proposed a change of two members in the Provisional Electoral Council--a representative of the Parliament and one of the Superior Council of the Judiciary (CSPJ). He also suggested the maintenance of Me Néhémy Joseph (Senate) and Léopold Berlanger (CSPJ) in the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP).
Accompanied by his wife Sophia, the minister of Foreign Affairs, Pierre Richard Casimir and Senator Andris Riché, President Michel Martelly is in South Africa for the funeral of Nelson Mandela.
The State funeral is scheduled for Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at the Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg, a facility with the capacity for 94,000 people. On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of the same week, the body of Nelson mandela will be forwarded in procession in Pretoria. On Sunday, December 15, he will be buried in his home village, Qunu.
Our president will be for the first time in the presence of many powerful individuals from all over the world. More than 50 head of states are expected to be in Johannesburg for the occasion.
The Haitian parliament has finally fixed their choice by providing its three names to represent them at the electoral council in Port-au-Prince. The three individuals are comprised of two men: Nehemie Joseph and Pierre Simon Georges, with one woman, Mary Clunie Dumay.
This announcement was made by the Vice-President of the Senate, Senator Andris Riche on a Radio station
The 12 senators accused the CEP and UNITE party of systematically violating Haiti electoral law.
According to the senators, president Rene Preval is trying to keep control by returning all the parliaments who supported him, and in the process is destroying the fragile democratic process in Haiti.
I smell a Dead Mouse. Don't you?
The twelve senators include Maxime Roumer of Grand'Anse, Edmonde Beauzile, Centre, Nenel Cassy, Nippes, Jean Willy Jean Baptiste, Artibonite, Youri Latortue, Artibonite, Andris Riche, Grand'Anse, Jean William Jeanty, Nippes, Steeven Benoit, Ouest, Melius Hyppolite, Nord-Ouest, Anick Francois Joseph, Artibonite, Polycarpe Wesner, Nord and Evalliere Beauplan, Nord-Ouest.
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