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"In times of crisis, women politicians and politicians must bea at the height to choose not that the solution that maximizes their personal interests, but the one that is in the interest of Haiti. We have in history
many self-transcendence examples to follow," declared his weekend Jovenel Moïse on a radio station in the capital. https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-16449-haiti-news-electoral-zapping.html
The delegation of the OAS at work in Haiti
Jean Fritz Jean-Louis, Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister responsible for electoral matters confirmed that the delegation sent by the Organization of American States (OAS) yesterday Sunday arrived in Port-au-Prince adding "The members of the OAS Mission have discussed with President Martelly and they will meet with representatives of different trends to help us find a solution that would facilitate completion of the electoral process."
Jocelerme Privert convinced of departure of Martelly on February 7
According Jocelerme Privert the Senate President Michel Martelly will go on February 7, speaking of the existence of a plan to secure an honorable exit to the Head of State...
The Dominican Chancellor calls for dialogue
The Chancellor of the Dominican Republic, Andrés Navarro, recalled that the participation of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), in solving the crisis in Haiti by sending a delegation composed of Chancellors of Uruguay, Bahamas, the Ecuador and Venezuela is a response to a request from the Government of Haiti https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-16464-haiti-politic-a-delegation-of-the-celac-will-assess-the-situation-and-propose-solutions.html Also a member of the CELAC, the Dominican Republic appeals for dialogue with the different sectors involved in the Haitian crisis, to quickly agree on a consensual Haitian solution.
IMED wants an inter-Haitian solution
Kettly Julien, Executive Director of the IMobile Institute for Democratic Education (IMED) a Haitian organization of Observation, demand to President Michel Martelly to leave the power on February 7 and deplores the fact that it sought, inter alia, the assistance of the Organization of American States (OAS), stressing the need for an inter-Haitian solution to the crisis.