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Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles & 15 Cabinet Members Sworn In

In a step towards organizing the presidential elections and restoring Constitutional order to the country, Enex Jean-Charles was installed as the new Prime Minister by Provisional President Jocelerme Privert on Monday, March 28, 2016 at the National Palace. The new Prime Minister along with 15 other cabinet members has been sworn in as part of the country's interim government, promising to get the country's incomplete electoral process back on track.
Enex Jean-Charles (born July 18, 1960) is a longtime presidential adviser who has remained behind the scenes in the National Palace for years since the rule of Presidents Boniface Alexandre March 2004. He is an administrative law professor and a seasoned lawyer who has numerous published research reports and articles on administrative matters relating to decision making, local participation and development of administrative policy to his credit.
Jean-Charles, who was an advisor of former President Michel Martelly, had pledged to work toward "a participatory process which will bring a happy ending to all controversies, for the good of the Haitian people." The new cabinet is composed of 18 ministries, which would be run by 15 ministers who have sworn in as part of the country's interim government. The names of such 15 ministers are mentioned below.

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Enex Jean-Charles Has Made It as Prime Minister of Haiti

Enex Jean-Charles (born 18 July 1960) is a seasoned lawyer and administrative law professor; he is a long time advisor of several presidents. He has remained behind the scenes in the National Palace for years since the rule of Presidents Boniface Alexandre (March 2004 to June 2006). Jean Charles served as the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, with the rank of minister. He was a member of Rene Préval's private cabinet (December 2007 to May 2011); and more recently, served as an adviser to Martelly (since June 2011). Before becoming the new Prime minister, he was one of Privert's advisers and a member in the ministerial cabinet as Minister of Planning and External Cooperation in the eventual government of Fritz-Alphonse Jean. He has many published scholarly articles and papers to his credit. He is a well known figure in the international community of professors, politicians, community leaders.

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