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Haiti - Elections : Jose Miguel Insulza, between confidence and concerns
18/03/2011 09:43:00

Haiti - Elections : Jose Miguel Insulza, between confidence and concerns
José Miguel Insulza, Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), is convinced that the second round of the elections in Haiti will take place "normally" without knowing the degree of agitation and problems of the first round. "There is no evidence that Haiti can not hold a normal election" said the Secretary-General which recognizes that its concerns are more relative to the post-election situation "It is here that the problems begin. I always said that I am concerned about the election, but in fact, I am more concerned about issues that will arise later" evoking the formation of the government.

The Secretary General predicted that the two presidential candidates Michael Martelly and Mirlande Manigat in the second round will not have enough of Deputies and Senators to have a majority in both houses evoking the problem of the cohabitation with the majority. "The President must choose a prime minister which must be voted and accepted by the houses... We hope that this period will be resolved quickly" stressing that "this is a difficult phase in a democracy, when a president and the houses must get along on a Prime Minister and a government."

S/ HaitiLibre

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