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Michel Martelly invites the opposition to talk for third time, not to negotiate

Michel Martelly and G6 Opposition

As I have been told, if you try one time you don't succeed, try again. If you try a second time you don't succeed, you should try a third time. That is the case with the executive branch of government in Haiti and the opposition. The opposition has so far refused to seat down with President Martelly to find a solution to the electoral crisis

The six opposition parties who now seem to have the upper hand as January 12, 2015 approaches wants the discussions to go beyond current election. Levaillant Louis Jeune for INITE, Jean André Victor for MOPOD, Jonas Coffy for Ayisyen pou Ayiti, Rosemond Pradel for Fusion, Dr. Rudolph Prudent for Kontra Pèp La, all want everything to be included in the discussion, including the resignation of Presiden Michel Martelly.

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US Ambassador to Haiti, Pamela Ann White

Pamela Ann White new U.S. Ambassador to Haiti

According to former Lower House President, Levaillant Louis-Jeune, Pamela Ann White, the United States Ambassador to Haiti, has become the one-woman representative of all things regarding the National Palace.

Louis-Jeune stated that a group of Minister's of Parliament was contriving to send a letter to the United States President, Barack Obama, informing him of the Haitian Ambassador's less than diplomatic behavior.

Pamela Ann White is widely considered a Martelly Administration spokesperson and as such her credibility suffers. As such, INITE, the National Coordinator, took her late statement about an election this year without weight.

Born in Lewiston Maine, in 1948, Pamela Ann White, US Ambassador stationed in Haiti, spent her formative years in nearby Auburn. She graduated from the Edward Little High School in 1967 and went on to graduate with a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Maine in 1971.

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Shelton Sanon claims Joseph Lambert approached him for Deputies assassination

Picture of Sherlson Sanon

A man named Sherlton Sanon of Jacmel, Haiti, appeared in front of a public notary on Monday 1st July 2013, and to everyone's surprise, made an official statement in which he claimed that he was involved in a murder plot of two Parliamentarians. The assassination was scheduled for April 29. Sanon also claimed that he been approached by and was requested for the assassination by the current advisor of President Michel Martelly, Joseph Lambert. Joseph Lambert was also the former Senator of Haiti. What motivated Sherlton Sanon to make this public confession is still not known.

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Edo Zenny and Joseph Lambert accused in network of drug trafficking and kidnapping

Sherlson Sanon alleged Joseph Lambert and Edwin Zenny  are involved in crime

There has been serious accusations brought to two very important, powerful and close friends and associates of President Michel Martelly. Sherlson Sanon, a child soldier an admitted former criminal, made damning testimony on the role of Senator Edo Zenny and former Senator Joseph Lambert, in a network of murder, kidnaping and drug trafficking with members of the gang "Base Kakos"

Sherlson Sanon revealed in a testimoy made at RNDDH on March 12, 2013 that former Senator and current Presidential advisor Joseph Lambert, current Senator Edwin Zenny and Government Commissionerof Croix-des-Bouquets, Me Leny Thélusma all have been been involved in

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Death threat: Joseph Lambert to Levaillant Louis-Jeune and Saurel Jacinthe

Claims against one-time Senator and President Michel Martelly's Special Political Advisor, Joseph Lambert, of his making death threats to them, have been filed by his former colleagues. Deputies Levaillant Louis-Jeune and Saurel Jacinthe, who worked with Lambert for INITE and LESPWA are alleging, by filing formal complaints with the Court of First Instance, that he has made threats against their lives.

The Government Commissioner, Me Lucmane Delile affirmed his receipt of the complaints in his role as Chief of Parquet. Delille has further stated a desire to become better acquainted with the circumstances before pushing forward with the pending lawsuits. Further corroborating the separate testimonies is Marie Yolene Gilles from RNDDH (National Network for the Defense of Human Rights) who confirms they were in receipt of sworn testimonies from Haitian citizens, though she declined to say specifically from whom. Details of the threats are scarce, but already tales of a plot to murder the two men, once Presidents of the Chamber, on April 29 have also been reported.

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Joseph Lambert Vs Deputy Levaillant Louis-Jeune, Round Four

Former Haitian Senator Joseph Lambert on Deputy Levaillant Louis-Jeune

The ongoing battle between Former Haitian Senator Joseph Lambert and Deputy Levaillant Louis-Jeune

This week, former Senator Joseph Lambert put on his cowboy hat and boots and tok to the streets of Port-au-Prince in search of Deputy Levaillant Louis-Jeune. Unfortunately, the two did not meet

I can only imagine what would have happened in the event of an actual meeting. Are you familiar with old wild west. It could have been some real confrontation between these two.

Joseph Lambert:

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Levaillant Louis Jeune regarding General Policy of Laurent Lamothe

In the Haitian politics Levaillant Louis Jeune started taking some crucial movements in the recent time. A lot has become a debate about the next Prime Minister of Haiti. The initial two weeks of May 2012, have been very decisive and also filled with lot of political controversies. The disputes for the selection of the new Prime Minister have been ratified. Laurent Lamothe is the new Prime Minister and Levaillant Louis Jeune, the president of the Lower House, presented a formal letter to announce his General Policy.

A lot of turbulence was seen in the house for the selection of the new Prime Minister of Haiti. The voting process was not simple and there was a lot of fuss and cry. Few Senators also walked down in protest and did not cast their votes. But, the majority of the house favored Laurent Lamothe and with 60 percent of votes in favor, he is chosen the next Prime Minister of Haiti.

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