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Haiti - Politic : Still no Prime Minister, Martelly in Europe
06/07/2011 08:47:30

Haiti - Politic : Still no Prime Minister, Martelly in Europe
Yesterday Tuesday, the discussions continued for the appointment of a new Prime Minister. Yesterday evening no name had been given, no choice had been made for this position in an official way.

This situation is beginning to cause problems reports Jocelerme Privert, the Senator of Nippes "...the fact that there is no government, no budget has been submitted, and when no budget is submitted you can not see the main directions, the priorities which are defined. Therefore the real national issues as the problem of education, health, cholera that is ravaging the country, the problem of desertification, erosion... and the responses to give to to these problems are the main victims of the delay in the establishment of a government [...]
it is urgent that quickly, the country has a new Government to support the real problems of this country..."

Me Bernard Gousse
For Steven Benoît, the Senator of the West the choice of Mr. Bernard Gousse, former Minister of Justice from 2004 to 2006, appears to be the favorite of President Martelly, can be imposed "only by using force."

Francisco de la Cruz, Senator of the Centre for the Alternative Platform believes that Mr. Gousse has the profile of a good Prime Minister, but he disapproves the decision of the Head of State to leave without ensuring the ratification of the Prime Minister.

Me Grégory Mayard Paul has confirmed that "so far, it's Bernard Gousse" who would be the choice of the President Martelly as Prime Minister-designate, but no official confirmation has been made.

Jean Max Bellerive
Jean Max Bellerive, the Prime Minister resigned, seems to be the favorite at the level of the parliamentarians of the majority block in the lower house.

"Jean Henry Céant has more chance that Bernard Gousse and Jean Max Bellerive has more chace that the two together," had declared Patrick Joseph deputy of INITE for Marmelade/St Michel de l'Attalaye.

The solution of Jean Tholbert Alexis
Last week, Alexis Jean Tholbert, the deputy of Croix-des-Bouquets, President of the Parliamentary Group for Renewal (GPR) had suggested a solution for the choice of the Prime Minister "...indeed I have even offered a way out to the president, if he can not decide himself that he sent us two or three names, the Parliament will make a choice, and that choice will be that of the majority..."

Big European Tour for President Martelly
Note that President Michel Martelly leaves the country today, Wednesday, for a ten-day tour in Europe, "working trip, which aims to promote a new image of Haiti" indicates the official statement adding that "the President Martelly will meet with heads of State and of government of several countries, and with various potential investors. The main objective is to find economic opportunities and financial support for the revival of the national economy. The Head of State intends to motivate the interested investors, reassure the traditional donors and encourage the tourists and potential consumers to have confidence in the brand of Haiti."

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