Haiti - Politic : Great confusion Saturday around of Dr. Conille
Dr. Conille would have categorically [and strongly] refused this request and envisaged to withdraw his candidacy of the ratification process, before canceling the meeting scheduled with the Forum. Following this altercation, various sources have reported intense telephone communications in the diplomatic missions.
The rumors have multiplied throughout the day, some of them explains this supposed letter of resignation by the the too close proximity of Dr. Conille of Group INITE and of Group of Parliamentarians for Renewal (GPR) that he would have met Friday without without consultation with the Presidential cabinet. Other rumors suggest behind this letter, he secret intentions of counselors Thierry-Mayard Paul and Patrick Rouzier who would not share, supposedly, the choice of Head of State... Advisors, that would be, according to rumors, at the origin of the rejection Daniel GĂ©rard Rouzier and Bernard Gousse...â€¨â€¨
According to our latest information, from usually reliable sources, Dr. Garry Conille was able to meet Saturday evening, with the President Martelly and the situation would be normalized after the President Martelly had assured him that never the President had decided to make sign him such a letter, or any other document, as a precondition for its accession to the Primature. During this meeting, Dr. Conille would have also mentioned his concerns following the appointments made by the Head of State before the installation of new Government.
This Monday, the Prime Minister-designate, affirmed that the situation was quite normal and that he has an excellent relationship with the team of the President and the President Martelly deeming unhelpful nor constructive to comment on rumors that fuel each day, the ratification process.
Let us note that since the incident on Saturday, no official statement was published to explain what really happened... which in the absence of communication, will certainly continue to feed the more crazy rumors...
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