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Haiti - Politic : Sen. Lambert recalls the limits of power to Martelly
08/05/2011 10:16:37

Haiti - Politic : Sen. Lambert recalls the limits of power to Martelly
After the warning launched Thursday by the President Martelly to which the Senator Lambert had reacted very strongly Friday, then the Senator has "explained", with a tone, just as aggressive and threatening, the rumors that suggest that the President Martelly would have made the choice of his Prime Minister.

"I recalls to Mr. Micky who, perhaps, do not master the various articles of the Constitution or the Constitution in its entirety, that he must stop behaving like a bull in a china shop [...] I told him immediately that the Parliament is not a fair where we make anything [...] He has the right to have a Prime Minister in which he set his heart, this is a right that he has. But to say that he has chose a prime minister or has composed the Cabinet of Ministers he can not do it, Why ? Because it is not a President sworn in, he is not President yet, hr is still a private citizen who is elected President, as a private citizen who is elected President, as a private citizen who was elected deputy or senator, he did not swear. Secondly, to choose a Prime Minister, the Constitution says how this choice should be done, in case that interests us [...] because there is no party which has an absolute majority at the parliamentary level, the Prime Minister must be chosen in consultation, I said well MUST BE CHOSEN IN CONSULTATION with the Presidents of both chambers, and none of the presidents of both chambers has been consulted to date. This means that the Prime Minister, in no case, has been chosen."

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https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-2892-haiti-politic-sen-lambert-speaks-of-declaration-of-war.html

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