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Haiti - Politic : D-Day for Jocelerme Privert
Although it seems, according to Abel Descolines, the First Secretary of the Office of the Lower House, that the various political blocs of the two chambers would have no objections to the holding of the Assembly, no one ventures to assert that there will be quorum when the time comes.
At the positions of parliamentarians, things have not evolved in both chambers and elected officials remain divided between those who wish to see Privert stay until 2017 and those who want him to leave and be replaced by the Prime Minister.
Rumors, speculation and informations that is difficult to know if they are true or serve those in power, evoke a majority in favor of maintaining Privert to the head of State. Other more moderate sources speak of division in the group and parliamentarians still undecided in their vote, for the opposition, there is no doubt, that the rejection of Privert will prevail...
It is hoped that whatever the merits or the reasons given for one side or the other, the higher interests of the Nation prevail, while in a few hours of the possible holding of the National Assembly, doubts persist all along the line.