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Haiti - Politic : U.S. Embassy welcomes the ratification of Dr. Garry Conille
05/10/2011 10:11:54

Haiti - Politic : U.S. Embassy welcomes the ratification of Dr. Garry Conille
After the vote of ratification in the Senate, in favor of Prime Minister-designate, Dr. Garry Conille, the U.S. Embassy in Haiti has rapidly welcomed this victory and reiterated its support to the Haitian Government and to the people of Haiti.

"We salute the ratification by the Haitian parliament of Dr. Garry Conille as Prime Minister. The U.S. government stands ready to partner together with the Prime Minister and his cabinet to meet the urgent challenges of reconstruction.

We hope that, since more than four months have now passed without a government ratified by the parliament, President Martelly and Prime Minister Conille will move swiftly to make up for lost time in doing the important work of governing. The United States is ready to work together with our partners in furtherance of this goal.

We remain committed to supporting the Haitian people and the Haitian government over the long-term, in building a country that is more stable, more prosperous, and more democratic."

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