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Haiti - Elections : The CEP is working on the electoral calendar...
27/05/2014 11:50:40

Haiti - Elections : The CEP is working on the electoral calendar...
According to Me Michel Brunache, Spokesman of the Prime Minister, the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) continues to work to organize the upcoming elections this year, adding that the absence of two advisors [Néhémy Joseph (representative of the Senate) and Leopold Berlanger (representative of the Superior Council of the Judiciary)], who refuse to take the oath, should not prevent other and the country forward.

Monday the 7 CEP members, held a working meeting on the election calendar. The draft calendar should be submitted to political parties for consultation by Friday, according to the Adviser Simon Pierre Georges (Representative of Parliament).

For his part, Joseph Lambert, Advisor of the Presidency recalls that the CEP may take all necessary steps to start the electoral process and the Head of State is waiting for the electoral calendar to call the people to the elections.

He also urged Senate leaders to engage in dialogue with their colleagues in the lower house to find a consensus on their representatives to the CEP. A call for dialogue which faces opposition from Group of 6 senators of the opposition (G6). The Senator Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aimé (member of G6) declared Monday that he objected to the idea that the Senate and the Lower House should agree to appoint the rrepresentatives of the Legislative Power. He says no agreement is possible between the Senate and Chamber of Deputies controlled by the pro-government majority bloc "Parliamentarians for Stability and Progress" (PSP).

A reciprocal opposition in the Lower House where the deputy Stevenson Timoléon, President of the Chamber, had said last week to be opposed to the withdrawal of advisers Marie Cluny Dumay Miracle and Pierre Simon George (Representatives of the Chamber of Deputies), already installed in CEP.

Senators members of G6 :
Jean-Baptiste Bien-Aimé (North East), Jean-Charles Moïse (North), Francky Exius (South), Westner Polycarpe (North), John Joël Joseph (West) and Jean William Jeanty (Nippes).

SL/ HaitiLibre

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