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Martelly, Desras and Thimoleon reach agreement

President Michel Martelly and Parliament reached tentative agreement

This political accord between President Michel Martelly, Simon Dieuseul Desras and Jacques Stevenson Thimoléon was announced yesterday, Monday December 29, 2014.

In the agreement, the terms of the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies which are supposed to end on January 12, 2014 would be extended only if a new electoral law is passed first.

The terms of the deputies would be extended until April 24 2015 and senators, until Sept. 9.

Following the forced resignation of Former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, President Martelly elected former political activist and mayor of the nation's capital Evans Paul as Haiti's new Prime Minister. The approval of this choice of candidate by parliament will go together with an extension of the terms for the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, to April 24, 2015 and September 9, 2015 respectively. Without this extension, the country's parliament, and essentially its government, would dissolve, allowing the President to rule by decree before elections in the latter part of the year.

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Deputy Jacques Stevenson Thimoleon raised concerns for PSP

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.

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Jacques Thimoleon Stevenson, New President of the Chamber of Deputies

Jacques Thimoléon Stevenson, the deputy of the coastal town Petit-Goâve has been elected as the new President of the Chamber of Deputies on January 15, 2014. He will take the rein of former President Jean Tolbert Alexis, the deputy of Croix-des-Bouquets. The new President Jacques Thimoléon was the former President of the pro-Martelly majority bloc "Parliamentarians for Stability and Progress" (PSP) in the Lower House, the seat has been presently replaced by Altès Toussaint, the deputy of Saint-Marc.

It is interesting to note that PSP had remained constantly supportive to the Martelly-Lamothe government during the tenure of Me Thimoléon. Thimoléon Stevenson is a good leader who as per common belief may be successful to find a way to oust the enemies of President Martelly. He is also a member of many other important committees like Decentralization and border Development, Commission Interior and Local government and a member of the Commission for Justice and Public Safety, of the Foreign Affairs Commission, Cults and Haitians living abroad.

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Jacques Thimoleon Stevenson replaces Jean Tolbert Alexis

The government of Michel Martelly should no longer have any problem getting his wishes become reality at Haiti Chamber of Deputy.

The Deputy of Petit-Goâve, Jacques Thimoléon Stevenson, is the new boss in town. After an intense fight with the former President, Mr. Jean Tolbert Alexis, he finally made it

What makes this more interesting is that Deputy Jacques Thimoléon Stevenson was the President of Parliamentarians for Stability and Progress(PSP), a majority block that has been supporting the Martelly-lamothe government.

He was also a member of the Commission for Justice and Public Safety, as well as many other committees

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