Category Archives: Politics
The former president Jean Bertrand Aristide who appeared Wednesday before the investigating judge to testify about the murder of Jean Dominique is currently expressed in a group of journalists, this for the first time since his return from exile in March 2011.
Haiti – Politics: “The Transient College of the CEP (CTCEP), a successful plot” according to Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aimé
“President Michel Martelly played hands and feet to influence the process of appointment of representatives of the legislative and judicial powers and bribed several counselors. Indeed, he has control of the office of CTCEP headed by Emmanuel Menard”, that is which denounced Tuesday the senator Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aimé who cries loudly to shenanigans.
The Committee of the Lower House established to examine the law sanctioning money laundering and terrorist financing finalize its report which should be presented shortly. However, the Deputy Emmanuel Fritz Gérald Bourjolly who refrained from providing more information emphasizes that the revised version of the Act does not contain any form of ambiguity.
Haiti – Politics: The President Martelly welcomes the election of the new Paraguayan President, Mr. Horacio Cartes
The President of the Republic, HE Mr. Michel Joseph Martelly, transmits his warmest congratulations to the new President of Paraguay, Mr. Horacio Cartes for his Paraguayan presidential election, held this Sunday, April 21, 2013.
The swearing, followed by the installation of the nine members of Transient College of Permanent Electoral Council (CTCEP) took place on Friday morning at the Supreme Court in the presence of Minister of Justice, Jean Renel Sanon, and representatives of three branches of government and the diplomatic corps.
The Prime Minister, HE Mr. Laurent Lamothe, accompanied by the Minister of National Education and Vocational Training, Mr. Vanneur Pierre and advisers left the country this Tuesday, April 16 as part of an official visit to the United States ranging from 17 to 23 April where he will meet with leaders of universities and international institutions.
The President of the Senate, Desras Simon Dieuseul, warned the executive against any attempt to prevent the holding of elections this year. He urged the government to install the electoral advisers in their duties in the best time to prepare the electoral process, noting that Parliament should vote the new electoral law which will be proposed by the CEP.
The new holder of this ministry, Wilson Laleau, was officially installed in his office on Tuesday by Laurent Lamothe. The head of government that, from the outset, has indicated to him that the country relies heavily on his skills and experience to face significant challenges. Wilson Laleau can count on the full support of the Prime Minister.