Senator Jocelerme Privert wan Senate Presidency over Yuri Latortue

Among two well qualified candidates for Haiti Senate seat, one must wan. The Senator of Nippes, Jocelerme Privert, became President of the Senate in a competition with Senator Yuri Latortue. He will be accompanied by Senator Rnald Lareche of Nord-Est who was elected as vice-President of the Senate, Senator Fritz Carlos Lebon, Sud, elected as treasurer, Senator Francois Lucas Sainvil as First Secretary and Steven Benoit, Second Secretary.


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Haitian Kreyol:

Senatè Jocelerme Privert genyen kom Prezidans Sena sou Yuri Latortue

Pami de kandida byen kalifye pou chèzA Sena Ayisye an , youn dwe genyen. Se konsa Senatè nan Nip lan, Jocelerme Privert, te vin Prezidan Sena a nan yon konpetisyon ak Senatè Yuri Latortue. Li ap akonpaye de Senatè Rnald Larèche nan Nord-Est ki te eli kòm vis-prezidan nan Sena a, Senatè Fritz Carlos Lebon, Sud, eli kòm trezorye, Senatè Francois Lucas Sainvil kòm Premye Sekretè ak Steven Benoit, Dezyèm Sekretè.

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Cesar Jeanjacques says...

My congratulations go out to Mr. Jocelerme Privert and his staffs because this is the only way to get control of the drug dealers and the kidnappers who stole the election against the good and honest citizens of the Haitian

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