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Haiti - Politic : The Mayor of Port-au-Prince and his advisers no longer have a mandate
30/06/2020 10:49:42

Haiti - Politic : The Mayor of Port-au-Prince and his advisers no longer have a mandate
On Monday, several main mayors and deputy mayors of various communes went to the Superior Court of Accounts and Administrative Litigation (CSC/CA) to inform that at the end of their 4-year mandate, in compliance with the Constitutions and of the laws of the Republic, they did not intend to liquidate the current affairs of their commune nor continue to engage their Communal Administration and that they will become simple citizens at this deadline. In addition, they requested in the filing of their decision that the CSA/CA proceed as quickly as possible to an audit of the management of the Mayors of the municipalities concerned.

Among the elected officials present at the CSC/CA there were among others : Ralph Youri Chévry the Mayor of Port-au-Prince, Rony Colin, the Mayor of Croix-des-Bouquets and his assistant Jean Jonas Saint-Juste, Louise Marie Médor, Deputy Mayor and Ocxama Moise, Deputy Mayor of Mirebalais, Naczius Joseph, Deputy Mayor of Belladère and Jean Junior Auguste the Mayor of La Victoire.

In his letter to Rogavil Boisgéné, the President of the CSC/CA dated June 28, Ralph Youri Chevery, the Mayor of Port-au-Prince writes :

"[...] I hasten to draw your high and kind attention to the following points :

That under articles 66 and 68 combined of 10 Constitution of 1987 amended, the mandate of the Municipal Council is four (4) years and its members are indefinitely re-eligible;

That in addition, the minutes of the swearing in of my council date back to June 28, 2016 and that today June 28, 2020 my mandate as Mayor of the commune of Port-au-Prince, including the Municipal Council, irretrievably reaches its end.

Consequently, all the files being processed in the administrations (Interior Ministry and/or Superior Court of Accounts) before and until this date fall into my management and the execution becomes illico, compulsory or even imperative.

To this account, I send you as an attachment, the inventory of all the goods left by my administration in the offices of the Town Hall for all useful purposes [...]"


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