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30/01/2016 12:58:32

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The protests threaten the sovereignty of Haiti
Mario Dupuy, the Minister of Communication reminds actors concerned in general and in particular those of the opposition, that if Haiti continuing to send signals to the international showing our inability to manage our country, this could put the sovereignty of Haiti at risk and open the door to foreigners to come and run the country for us.

The G8 against the mission of the OAS
Reacting to the OAS mediation mission, requested by the President Martelly and implemented by the Permanent Council at its meeting Thursday, January 27 https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-16458-haiti-elections-oas-special-mission-in-haiti-this-sunday.html the G8 deplored "an inappropriate and initiative likely to aggravate the current crisis" The G8 contests "the interference of the OAS in Haiti's internal affairs" and considers that this organization "is suffering in Haiti, of a neutrality deficit and is an irritating factor in finding a solution to the Haitian crisis ."

The opposition wants the immediate resignation of Martelly
On Friday, the opposition has again taken a street in the capital for demanding the resignation "immediately" of President Michel Martelly and the establishment of a transitional government that will call new elections as a solution to the current political crisis. The demonstrators chanted slogans against the Head of State and expressed their joy for the resignation of Pierre Louis Opont, former President of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP). Note that these repeated demands to want the resignation of President Martelly before February 7 have fore sole objective to be able to invoke Article 149 of the Constitution stipulates that "In case of vacancy of the Presidency of the Republic or by resignation, destitution, death or in case of permanent physical or mental incapacity duly established, the Council of Ministers, chaired by the Prime Minister exercises executive power until the election of another President [...]"

The socio-political instability harmful to the economy
Following a meeting with Cholzer Chancy, the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Ms. Carline Joseph, President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Haiti CCIH), said that the political insecurity is of great concern for the Haitian entrepreneurs. She stressed the need that the political actors and public authorities are working to find a solution to the electoral crisis. According to the President of the CCIH, violent demonstrations and uncertainties contribute to socio-political instability harmful to the economy, whose the entrepreneurs are the main victims, recalling that the rioters are attacking mainly to private companies.

The ANMH advocates a wide consensus CEP
In response to the request of the Head of State to replace their representative on the Provisional Electoral Council CEP), the National Association of Haitian Media (ANMH) advocates in its response the creation of a new CEP, which would result from a a comprehensive agreement from a broad consensus likely to put in confident the nation, for a solution to the political crisis...

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