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Haiti - Justice : Guy Philippe not responded to the convocation
08/06/2016 10:15:24

Haiti - Justice : Guy Philippe not responded to the convocation
Recall that in connection with the investigation into the attack by a heavily armed commando of the police station of Les Cayes https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-17467-haiti-flash-an-armed-commando-attack-the-police-station-of-les-cayes.html , Me Roosevelt Zamor, Government Commissioner at the Court of First Instance (TPI) of Jérémie had invited the former rebel leader Guy Philippe, Senate candidate for Grand'Anse, qualified for the second round, under the banner "The National Consortium of Political Parties "to come answer on May 24 questions, because his name was cited by members of the commando and reported in the press.

However, lawyers of Guy Philippe, Me Desharles Joseph and Me Osnel Séjour, had sought a referral to two weeks toexamine the file, request granted fixing the new date of the hearing of Guy Philippe on Tuesday, June 7.

However on Tuesday, Guy Philippe has not presented. His lawyers in a request addressed to Me Roosevelt Zamor states that Article 237 of the 2015 electoral decree protects their client, Senate candidate and he did not have to be present... Article 237 of the Electoral Decree stipulates "Throughout the duration of the electoral campaign, no citizen, whose candidacy for elective office was approved by the Provisional Electoral Council, can subject to deprivation of liberty measures only pursuant to a final judgment, except in cases of flagrante delicto."

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