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Enex Jean-Charles has made it as Prime Minister of Haiti

Things did not start well yesterday for Prime Minister nominee Enex Jean-Charles, but was successful at the end. Earlier on the day, the session in the Chamber of Deputies was not possible due to a lack of quorum. In the evening, he received a vote of confidence on his general policy in the Senate of the Republic. It was not until early morning on Friday (March 25) that the Chamber of Deputies had decided to approved the general policy of Prime minister Enex Jean-Charles with 78 deputies in favor, 1 against and 2 abstentions.

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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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Evans Paul selected by President Martelly to become prime minister of Haiti

It is now confirmed that Evans Paul has been nominated by President Michel Martelly to become the next Prime Minister of Haiti. The nomination was done on Thursday December 25, 2014. He now must be confirmed by both chambers of parliament before he can actually put his government together

If approved, Evans Paul will replace Florence Duperval Guillaume who was named interim prime minister less than a week ago after Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe was forced to resign

If ratified, how Evans Paul will work with Fanmi Lavalas of Jean Bertrand Aristide? He is a former ally of Aristide.

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Michel Martelly said: Garry Conille does not meet residency requirement

Then if this is the case why did the president nominate Dr. Garry Conille for Prime Minister. According to Article 157 of the Haitian constitution, the Prime Minister of Haiti must reside in the country for five consecutive years. Does that mean the president does not have any respect for the Haitian constitution?

Is that true that "Loa en Haiti Se Sel Nan tet Moun Li Dansè"

According to President Michel Martelly, before nominating Dr. Garry Cornille, he took the advice of his legal team. The president also stated that the fact that Garry Conille has not resided in Haiti for the past five years is not a hidden history. However, Garry Conille pays taxes to the United Nations for Haiti.

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Wilson Laleau or Daniel Supplice, Who will be Haiti Next Prime Minister ?

Michel Martelli is keeping the population guessing as to his choice for the next Prime Minister. Several names have been incirculation; however only two have been confirmed to be serious candidates. They are Wilson Laleau and Daniel Supplice.

Forget about other names that have appeared on the list of possible candidates for Prime Ministers. It has been common practices in Haiti for some people to include their own names in high government functions that have become vacant just for the publicity and name recognition.

The two candidates rumored to be on the final list of President Michel Martelly are well qualified for the Prime Minister position and also do not carry baggage that would make it hard to get a consensus. Professor Wilson Laleau is the current Vice Rector of Academic Affairs at the Université d'Etat d'Haiti. Sociologist Daniel Supplice is also a well respected educator.

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Haitian Senate rejected Bernard Gousse for Prime Minister in final Votes

Once again, another round of selecting a new Prime Minister Designee and going through ratification process as Haitian lawmakers rejected President Michel Martelly's second choice for Haiti's Prime Minister. The "Haitian Joudalist" has learned that the vote results were as expected, with the 16 Senators who have been outspoken against the nomination of Bernard Gousse for Prime Minister, voting "No" and 14 Senators voting for the ratification.

This is a case of "Deja Vue".

Anmwey! Gran Neg ap Fe Politik, Malere Ap mouri Ak Grangou"

This is the second time that Haitian lawmakers rejected the choice of president Michel Martelly for prime Minister.

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