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Guy Philippe wans Jocelerme Privert not to go after him

Guy Philippe is one man who does not wear his pants for good fabric. The Senate candidate of Grand'Anse sent a warning to President Jocelerme not to send any armed individuals in his direction as the government is trying to blame him for the recent attack on the Police Station in Cayes. His enemies are not in the Police Station in Cayes but instead at the National palace. Guy Philippe is also calling on the population of Grand'Anse to get ready to cut roads in case of an eventual attack; that he will do the rest because he has well prepared men ready to face the men of Privert.

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Privert/ Jean-Charles government increases in size

If you are living in Haiti and looking for a job, I suggest you contact the Haitian government. Unlike any other counties in the world, the Haitian government does not create the environment to facilitate the creation of businesses and jobs to its population. It does it directly by creating jobs for the citizens.

Here is a list of the latest figure in term of job creation by the Haitian government which is a list of 5 Secretary of states, 6 Directors, 4 Deputy Directors General and 15 Vice Delegates nominated by President Jocelerme privert and Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles :

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President Privert cancelled trip to Jacmel due to health Issues

What's wrong with President Privert? We just learned that the President was scheduled to travel to the city of Jacmel to celebrate its Patronal feast of Saint Jacques and Philippe as well as the festival of agriculture and labor but was unable to make it.

He was unable to make the trip due to health issues. That is what the Communication Office of the presidency announced. Presiddent Privert however, took the opportunity to wish all Haitian workers, to all sectors of national life, and to all Haitians in general, a Happy Feast of Agriculture and Labor.

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Chamber of Deputies concerned about Privert's intention, will not recess on May 9

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

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Senator Andris Riche wants Jocelerme Privert out by May 14

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

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Rumor of Conspiracy, Enex Jean-Charles to replace Privert

According to Pierre Esperance, Executive Director of the National Network Defense of Human Rights (RNDDH), is currently opposed to his boss, Jocelerme Privert. Not only that the current Prime Minister doesn't see eye to eye with Haiti Provisional President, Jocelerme privert; Pierre Esperance revealed that the Prime Minister is conspiring with members of the Parliament to remove Privert and give him executive power.

By the way, I want to point out to you that according to the Haitian constitution, the President can't fire the Prime Minister once he is ratified by the National Assembly. Should we say this is a power grabbing opportunity for Prime Minister Enex jean-Charles?

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Pressure building for the removal of President Jocelerme, should he go?

According to Rony Celestin, Privert should hand the power over to Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles. Deputy Rony Celestin, of Creca La source is one of a growing list of Deputies and Senators asking for the resignation of Provisional President Jocelerme Privert. They are all asking for the Haitian President to hand over power immediately to his Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles who will be responsible to organize the elections.

Once again, the Haitian people are proving to the world that they are true to themselves and unique as a group. In Haiti, we halve a culture of conflict and it is likely to remain as such for many years to come. We do not make consensus on our differences because each of us is right while the other one is always wrong. We would rather die or have everything destroyed just to stay with our position.

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Privert, Jean-Charles transforming the government with 15 new appointments

The government of Jocelerme Privert and Enex Jean-Charles is moving aggressively to take control over the control of the government left by Michel Martelly. In a Decree scheduled to be made public today (April 11, 2016) the government has appointed 15 individuals to various sectors of the administration, including Minister, Secretary General, Directors General, Chief of Staff and Secretary General at the Primature.

Here is the completed list of the appointees:

Former Colonel Antoine Atouriste, appointed Minister of Defence

Paul Harry Voltaire, appointed Secretary of State for Territorial Community.

Garry Joseph Mazile, appointed Director General a.i. of the Ministry of Culture,

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Jocelerme Privert Elected As Provisional President

On February 14, 2016, the Haitian Parliament elected former Senate Chief Jocelerme Privert (62) as the new interim president, one week after the previous president Martelly stepped down with no successor. Mr. Privert was a cabinet minister under President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Hours later, while addressing the nation from the National Palace as the 51st President, he has called for unity and sacrifice to help the country out of the political crisis that brought him into the power. Privert will hold his office for 120 days and remain responsible to organize the overdue presidential election on April 24, 2016 and install a new President on May 14, 2016. However, holding the overdue election would be his main challenge because most of the opposition political parties are demanding complete cancellation of the October 25, 2015 election. They are not even happy with his selection. He has to find out a consensus prime minister and government who will need to help him constitute a credible nine-member electoral council.

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Jocelerme Privert named Enex Jean-Charles as new Prime Minister

It is now official, President Jocelerme Privert has named Enex Jean-Charles to become his next Prime Minister. Now the process starts all over again. The new Prime Minister must now form his new government and get his government program approved

What do you think?

Haitian Kreyol

Jocelerme Privert pran Enex Jean-Charles kòm nouvo Premye Minis

Li ofisyèl, Prezidan Jocelerme Privert te rele Enex Jean-Charles pou li vin pwochen Premye Minis. Koulye a, pwosesis la rekòmanse ankò. Nouvo Premye Minis la dwe kounye a fòme nouvo gouvènman li epi chèche jwenn pou pwogram gouvènman li a apwouve

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