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Cabinet du President de la Republique Jovenel MOISE

Here is a list I just received and I want to share it with you. It is a list of people to be in the government of future President of Haiti, Jovenel MOISE. This list is not official. It was probably produced by some with imagination. However some of the names included are very interesting.

Secrétaire général aux Palais national :
Christine Coupet Jacques

Premier Ministre:
Olivier Barreau

Ministre de l'Economie et des Finances :
Réginald Boulos

Ministre de la Santé et de la population:
Sophia Saint-Rémy Martelly

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Is government secretly imprisoning people in Haiti

The United Nations (UN), Amnesty International and some other human rights organization observes the International Day of on August 30 each year.

"An enforced disappearance (or forced disappearance) occurs when a person is secretly abducted or imprisoned by a state or political organization or by a third party with the authorization, support, or acquiescence of a state or political organization without admitting the person's fate and whereabouts, within the intent of placing the victim outside the protection of the law." An enforced disappearance is a form of human rights violation. This practice has frequently been used as a strategy to spread terror and insecurity within the society. It is a global problem and is not restricted to a specific region of the world. The day is also known as International Day of the Disappeared. It is not a public holiday, a UN observance since August 30, 2011.

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Who is now in charge of Haiti: Privert?, Parliament? Enex? only god knows

The National assembly scheduled for June 14 to decide on the future of the Jocelerme Privert did not take place. Only about 30 Senators and Deputies were present yesterday afternoon. We now have a unique situation in Haiti where nobody knows who is really in charge. Is it the National assembly that is unable to hold a meeting? Is it Jocelerme Privert who's term expired on June 14? is it Vice President Enex Jean-Charles?

The Haitian Parliament has declared now they are in charge of the country. In a note issued on June 14, 2016 by both Mr. Cholzer Chancy, President of the Chamber of Deputies and Ronald Lareche, Vice-President of the Senate, The Haitian Parliament wants to inform the nation that this 14th of June, 2016 brought the end of the 120 days of the mendate for the Provisional President Jocelerme Privert. As a rtesult, the Haitian Parliament is engaged in working with the other powers to find a solution.

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Jules Cantave rejects Danton Leger Nomination to the CSPJ

The President of the Court of Cassation and the Supreme Council of the judiciary (CSPJ), Mr. Jules Cantave, woke up in shock this morning to leearn the nominnation of Government Commissioner Jean Danton Leger at the CSPJ without his knowledge. According to Mr. Leger, he learned the news just like you and me by way of the media.

As a result, Mr. Jules Cantave sent a press release to publicly reject the nomination of Government Commissioner Jean Danton Leger to the CSPJ. He reminds the public the term of a CSPJ memeber is for 3 years and that the members can not be nominated to an other post.

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A 72 hour deadline to return all State vehicles from Haiti National palace

This is to inform anyone in possession of a Tet Bef, a Zoreken or other vehicles registered under Haiti National Palace that these vehicles don't belong to you. If you still have such state property in your hands, you must return it immediately. The Secretary General of the Presidency wants to remind yo to bring them to the services of transportation and the garage of the National Palace in less than 72 hours. If you let the delay passes, the secretary will take additional actions against you.

Haitian kreyol:

72 èdtan limit pou retounen tout machin Eta ki soti nan Palè nasyonal

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Jocelerme Privert to reduce number of cabinet positions

In a press conference given on Friday, (February 19 2015), the new Provisional President Jocelerme Privert said that the public treasury in Haiti is belly up, there is no money in it. He is strongly considering a reduction in the number of ministerial positions. In addition, the Provisional President had asked the Prime Minister to stop all appointments in Haiti Public Administration.

Do you think we have too many ministerial positions in Haiti government?

Do you have any particular preference as to which ones have not done much and should go?

Which ministers do you think have been working hart and made a difference?

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Michel Martelly, I will leave with no regret, desire or attachment

For anyone waiting for a confrontation with Presidnt Michel Martelly on February 7th, it will not happen. Yesterday, President Michel Martelly confirmed that he will not stay in power after February 7, 2016. This is a shift from his position just few weeks ago when he declared that he will only leave power to people who have been elected in an election.

During a speech given on January 4th, on the inauguration of the new Interior Ministry building President Martelly stated that he doesn't want to stay in power even one day more. He affirmed that he will leave with no regret, no desire, no attachment.

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Will the next President be Jules Cantave, Jocelerme Privert or Evans Paul?

Evans Paul confirmed Martelly' departure on February 7. President Michel Martelly has exactly 11 days left before leaving office. In an interview given to a Venezuelan television network, Prime Minister once again confirmed that the president will not stay after this date as stated in the constitution. He also explained that there are several options in discussion between various actors to determine how the country is going to be governed after February 7th.

Will the next president of Haiti be:
- the current judge from Court of Cassation Jules Cantave,
- the president of the Senate Jocelerme Privert
- or Prime Minister Evans Paul

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Michel Martelly to answer critics in Kanaval, Sweet Mickey style

During the commemoration of the 2010 earthquake, President Michel Martelly took the opportunity to announce what's to come after his presidency. The president said that he doesn't believe in killing as others before him have done" We will not eliminate you, we will not make you disappear, we will not kill you, we will not kill your children, they will not find you in a pile of garbage". However the President said that he reserves the right to use the same microphone as Press freedom should apply to him as well. According to the president, we will see who is the toughest

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G8 rejects report from Commission, wants transitional government

In a note to the newsmedia, the G8 rejected the report issued by the Commission and demands the establishment of a government of transition to replace Martelly-Paul Government. According to the G8, the commission did not have the courage to make appropriate recommendations following observation of massive frauds because of their dependence on the executive government and the international community.


G8 rejte rapò ki soti nan Komisyon, vle gouvènman tranzisyon

Nan yon nòt yo bay Lapes, G8 la rejte rapò emèt pa Komisyon an. Yo mande etablisman yon gouvènman tranzisyon pou ranplase Gouvènman Martelly-Paul an. Dapre G8 la, komisyon an pa t 'gen kouraj pou fè rekòmandasyon ki apwopriye yo apre obsèvasyon frod masiv paske yo depandans de gouvènman egzekitif ak kominote entènasyonal la.

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