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Haiti - News : Electoral Zapping...
Tuesday afternoon, Jocelerme Privert, President of the Senate has denied several rumors reported by some media namely: "No agreement between the Executive and Parliament has been found, the alleged resignation of Prime Minister Paul Evans was not notified to Parliament and no list of names for Prime minister was submitted to Parliament," all contrary information at the moment, are false he said.
"A Haitian solution in compliance with the Constitution" dixit OAS
Luis Almagro, the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) said "Faithful to its mandate the Special Mission of the OAS, met with the Government and the opposition, in the impartiality and plurality . The Constitutional output from power of Michel Martelly February 7, 2016, requires respect for the Constitution to strengthen democracy. The political crisis in Haiti confirms that the electoral system requires reforms/technical solutions to reach a fair, lawful and impartial process. The objective of all is that Haiti out of this political crisis with a Haitian solution supported by the Constitution."
Ambassador of France to Parliament
Tuesday, the Ambassador of France accredited to Haiti, Elisabeth Beton Delègue visited the Haitian Parliament. With the President of the Chamber of Deputies Cholzer Chancy and some other Deputies the French diplomat had discussions about the political situation and declared "I came to listen because in the Chamber of Deputies there is a wealth of experience which must be at the service of Haiti [...] there is no other solution in democracy than going through the elections step, I think this is a point that is not questionable, given that elections are not an end in itself but a necessary step [...]"
The mission of CELAC met with senators
On Tuesday, the Commission of the Community of States of Latin America and Caribbean (CELAC) met with several senators about the crisis to inquire about the progress of the talks aimed at resolving the crisis. Jocelerme Privert, President of the Senate said he told members of the delegation, that "local players are able to find a solution to the crisis..."
Protest against the transition in Guyana
This Wednesday, February 3, 2016, the Committee of Haitian citizens of Guyana, organizes a demonstration in the streets of Cayenne. The Committee claims the holding of presidential elections and legislative and opposes to the establishment of a transitional government in Haiti.
According to organizers, the 2,000 demonstrators are expected, intend "send a trong message" to the outgoing President, Michel Martelly. The gathering will take place at 3:30pm front of the radio Mosaic in Cayenne.