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Haiti - Politic : Martelly, has officially appointed the Coordinator of the transition
29/04/2011 16:46:32

Haiti - Politic : Martelly, has officially appointed the Coordinator of the transition
The president-elect of the Republic, Mr. Joseph Michel Martelly, has officially informed the President René Préval of the appointment of the Coordinator of the transition team, in the person of Mr Daniel Supplice.

The transition team, mandated to receive the records of the State has already begun its work, and is composed of experienced technicians, such as Michèle Oriol, assistant of the Coordinator ; Josué Pierre-louis, member ; Georges Merisier, member and Wilson Laleau, member. This team is housed at #2 of the street Prosper to Bourdon.

The President-elect takes this opportunity to ensure the Haitian people of his firm commitment to work for improve the living conditions and promises to make of the competence and integrity the compasses of his management of public affairs.

Learn more about Daniel Supplice
Daniel Supplice was born in Port-au-Prince on February 9, 1951, ethnologist, sociologist, history buff and
collector of old Haitian documents. He completed his primary and secondary Institution St. Louis de Gonzague in Port-au-Prince and his graduate studies at Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass.; Faculty of Anthropology, State University of Haiti; University of Miami (Graduate School).

He has held the following positions: Consul General in Tokyo, Japan (1973-1974), First Secretary, Embassy of Haiti, Rome, Italy (1974-1976), First Secretary, Embassy of Haiti, Mexico City (1976 - 1977), Deputy Director General of Immigration and Emigration (1977-1979), Director General of Immigration and Emigration (1979), Under-Secretary of State for the Interior and Defense National (1979-1981), Assistant Secretary of State for Social Affairs (1981-1983), Secretary of State for Social Affairs (1983-1985), Secretary of State for Immigration and Emigration (1985 ) Secretary of State for Social Security and Housing (1985), Minister of Social Affairs (1985-1986).

Founding Director of the Primary School Saint Sébastien (1987), founder member and secretary of the Board of Parc du Souvenir, Espace SA (1988); columnist for the newspaper "Le Nouvelliste" (1990-1994), Vice-President of the Board of Directors of the Métrobanque (1994), founding member and member of the Coordination nationale de Génération 2004 (1994) ; Senate candidate for the department of the West under the banner Espace de Concertation in the elections of May 21, 2000, Professor of Sociology and History of Civilization; founding member of the party Parti populaire du Renouveau haïtien (PPRH), member of party Parti Libéral Haïtien (PLH), Senate candidate for the West department nder the banner of PLH in the elections of November 2005.

Daniel Supplice received numerous distinctions: Knights of the Cross of Honor, National Order of Italy, Cross of Honor, Honor and Merit of Haiti, Ordre national du Travail...

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