The President of the Chamber of Deputy, Gary Bodeau, does not seems to be intimidated by recent accusations on members of the Haitian parliament. These accusations consist of having the legislative power working for their self-interest instead of the interest of the entire population.
The president of the Deputy Chamber, Gary Bodeau, said that he is not afraid of being involved in the appointment of ministers under the new government. He further argued that it would be preferable that important positions of the public administration are entrusted to competent personalities. The evaluation of competence will likely be done by people like him and his peers.
A wind of panic and paranoid covers the Haiti Chamber of Deputies as May 9 which is the day they are supposed to go in recess is quickly approaching. There is a rumor that has been circulating among the Deputies that President Jocelerme Privert is planning on taking advantage of the time the Chamber of Deputies goes into recess to get ride of them all together. It is said that President a.i. Privert would not ask them to reconvene.
The Parliament denounced the attempt by President Jocelerme Privert to make the Parliament dysfunctional. To counter any possible trick from the President, and to remain relevant, the Deputies are now working on a resolution declaring a state of permanence until the resolution of the crisis or they decide on the fate of the executive by May 14
The population of Marchand-Dessalines took to the street on Monday Monday (April 11, 2016) to protest the ongoing blackout in their city. Some in the protest movement pointed the finger directly to their current Deputy Gracia Delva for causing the city blackout. According to some protesting, Former Kompas singer Gracia Delva took possession of two generators that the government of Michel Martelly had given to Marchand-Dessaline. They are accusing him of literally stealing these generators for his own benefits while leaving the city in completed darkness.
According to Gracia Delva: "I am not aware of that and I am not going to hide behind my job to steal the population"
In the first fight in the newly created Chamber of Deputies, cholzer chancy has wan. He was elected to head the institution over Jerry Tardieu. Born in Ennery on February 16, 1967, Cholzer Chancy is a member of Ayiti An Aksyon (AAA) political group who was elected on the first round.
What do you think?
Cholzer Chancy te vin prezidans nan chanm depite sou Jerry Tardieu
The elected Deputies for the 50th legislative did not wait until the second Monday in January to swear in. At the surprise of many in the population, the 92 Deputies among whom several questions are still unanswered, were all present at the Haitian Parliamentary this Sunday, January 10, 2015. The decision for the new Deputies to enter in function one day earlier was made to prevent any attempt by the opposition
Nouvo Depite eli yo sèmante 24 èdtan byen bonè pou evite pwotestasyon
Depite eli pou 50ème lejislatif la pa t 'tann jouk dezyèm Lendi nan mwa janvye pou fè sèman an. Anpil moun nan popilasyon an te pran yon sipriz lè 92 nouvo Depite, pami yo gin plizyè kesyon toujou san repons, te reyini nan palman ayisyen an Dimanch 10 janvye 2015. Desizyon pou Depite nouvo yo te antre nan fonksyon yon jou pi bonè te fèt pou anpeche okenn tantativ pa opozisyon an.
In preparation to the opening of the 50th legislative session scheduled for January 11, 2016, the elected Parliamentarians were invited to obtain their certificates which give them access to the Haitian parliament. Here is the time calendar as to when these elected officials can come to pick-up their Certificate.
All elected Senators can drop by between 8:30am and 3:30pm. For the elected Deputies, the schedule is as follows:
For Department: Ouest and Centre: 8:30am - 9:00am
For Sud-Est and Nippes: 9:15am - 10:am
For Nord and Nord-Est: 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Artibonite and Nord-Ouest: 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Kalandriye pou palmantè eli yo vini pran sètifika yo nan CEP
Nan preparasyon pou ouvèti sinquantieme lejislatif pwograme nan 11 janvye 2016, Palmantè eli yo te envite pou yo vini pran sètifika yo ki ba yo aksè nan palman an ayisyen an. Me kalandriye tan kòm nan lè ofisyèl sa yo ka vin pran Sètifika yo.
On Monday, November 10, 2014, the Prime Minister's spokesman, Pierre Michel Brunache, released a statement saying that there was no bad blood between Parliamentarians for Stability and Progress (PSP) and the Haitian Government following the comment made by Deputy Jacques Stevenson Thimoléon that has been interpreted to mean, among other things, that there is friction between the two entities. Thimoléon's comment, stating his belief that the government's "bad faith" has been the reason behind the obstruction of the Lower House, was made at the staging of the 42nd Council of Government. This statement from the President of the Chamber of Deputies has given many the impression that relations between the government and the PSP is at an all-time low.
There is a major problem growing with Deputy Arnel Belizaire. The deputy of Tabarre some how manages to create an atmosphere of intimidation in the government of Michel Martelly. The Haitian Government denounces and strongly condemns the latest action by the Deputy of Tabarre, a brutal assault on Minister Phélito Doran. This took place on June 25, 2014, in full session at the Chamber of Deputies. Additionally, it was reported that Deputy Arnel Belizaire made death threats against the Minister Phélito Doran.
I would like to say that there is definitely a problem with Deputy Arnel Belizaire and it must be addressed. Deputy Belizaire has been able to get away with too much and unfortunately, the more you give him, the more he will take from you. He so far has been very successful to the point where his behaviors are currently affecting the core principles of our attempt to create a Democratic society.
Without much surprise to anyone, Haiti's lower chamber of deputies passed the amended electoral law on Tuesday, April 1, 2014. Will the Haitian do the same?
I don't think so!
The El Rancho agreement signed on March 14 and 19, 2014 between the Executive and the Legislative Powers, as well as several Political Parties under the auspices of the Episcopal Conference of Haiti is taking its course. As the executive branch is currently under some heat to hold election this year, they are now doing all in their capacity to make it happen.
Now it is up to the Senate to vote on the amended electoral law. We all know already that there are six of the 20 Senators who completely objects to the El Rancho agreement. Does anyone know how this will end up? Will article 12 be implemented?
Haiti finally has a new election law. The news was delivered recently that, after the convening of members to a special session called by the Haitian President, Michelle Martelly, the law was passed on the 27th of November and it will make the road to elections within the Republic a smoother, more democratic one.
The terms of the new initiative are much like those in the one passed on October 2nd, and was passed following a second reading by a vast majority of the members of the Senate. The next step is for the written document, detailing the law and its particulars, to be sent for promulgation to the Executive. It will then be formally and officially published in the Le Moniteur journal. Following the date of the passing of the law, the President had 8 days within which he could raise any objections to it.
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