Twelve Senators Offer Two Months Paychecks For The Election

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Senators offer two Months paychecks for Haiti election

Twelve Senators currently supporting Jocelerme Privert want to contribute financially for the organization of the next elections in Haiti. They wrote to Prime Minister Enex Jean Charles, asking him to order Finance to hold their paychecks for the months of August and September. These Senators decided to do that following the decision by the United States not to finance the next elections in Haiti.

Here are their names of the Senators who agreed to forgo their paychecks for August and September:
Jean Baptiste Bien-Aime,
Wetsner Polycarpe,
Fritz Carlos Lebon,
Ronald Lareche
Antonio 'Don Kato' Cheramy
Nenel Cassy,
Evalliere Beauplan,
Ricard Pierre,
Francisco Delaruz,
Francois Lucas Saintvil,
Steven Irvenson Benoit,
Francenet Denius

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Reader Comments 3

Pierre Elysee says...

I think that, this is a patriotic gesture.

Bravo!

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Nestor P Mateo says...

This is great!

That´s a good thinking.

Hopefully that motivates others to make sacrifices for the good of the country.

Congratulations...

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Ramel Altidort says...

It is how lawmakers play their role in the scene.

I just want to tell them stop humiliating haitian people and the humanity.

If they ask to do so by September to next month, I will understand them. But what about their budget for this August?

They already have three times salary and they do like a belt in pants.

Bluffers they are!
Wap pas egare nan tenten.

Ale wè?

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