Haiti - Politic : According to Senator Jeanty, the ratification confirms the tutelage of Haiti
ncreasing the number of statements in recent days, the Senator Jean William Jeanty, seems determined to not review his position.
Tuesday, September 6 : "...I can not say that the Prime Minister-designate is the consensus that we were looking, it does not match what has been discussed in various sectors, it does not match the profile of someone who was the subject of consensus [...]" http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-3754-haiti-politic-passionate-debates-around-the-candidacy-of-garry-conille.html
Monday, September 12 : "...we have no obligation to take as a person, who not only will be the cause of a violation of the Constitution, but also, who will bury the strand of sovereignty that we still have in the country." http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-3796-haiti-politic-new-statement-around-the-candidacy-of-dr-garry-conille.html
Tuesday, September 13 : "...I do not know what Mr. Conille will do, or the tendency of other Senators, just for me, Gary Conille symbolizes guardianship, he symbolizes all that we believe that should not be done in the countr [...] Mr Conille is a person who came in the suitcase of Mr. Clinton, can you imagine if Mr. Conille becomes Prime Minister [...] He is the representative of the United Nations, it is the United Nations [...] there is no one who can guarantee me that if he became Prime Minister, he will defend the interests of Haiti..." http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-3799-haiti-politic-the-statements-are-multiplying-around-the-dr-conille.html
The ratification by the lower house, opens the door to the Senate. More and more observers expect a vote in favor of Dr. Conille, despite the uncertainty in the number of Senators opposed publicly, that will maintain their positions at the time of the vote.
If Dr. Conille is ratified in the Senate, he will remain to him only one obstacle to overcome, that of the statement of his general policy statement in both Houses separately as provided in article 158 of the Constitution :
Article 158 :
The Prime Minister in consultation with the President chooses the members of his Cabinet of Ministers and presents himself before the Parliament in order to obtain a vote of confidence on his general policy statement. The vote takes place to the public ballot and to the absolute majority of each of the two (2) Houses. In the case of a vote of no confidence by one of two (2) Houses, the procedure is repeated.
Let us wish that this ultimate eminently political stage, will not be used as a pretext for new political bargainings interspersed of rejections...