Haiti - Case Bélizaire : Irresponsible remarks under the influence of emotion...
Rather than trying to react objectively to the facts, their reactions, which sometimes borders on paranoia, adding fuel to the fire. Speculations, accusations, unfounded rumors fueling reactions all the more surprising that none of the parliamentarians has the folder that is in the hands of the Commissioner of Government and therefore ignore the elements and charges that led to this arrest. The investigation is ongoing, it would be better to make statements more moderate rather than risk, by inciting the public condemnation, to cause social unrest with uncontrollable consequences.
Sorel Jacinthe, President of the Lower House, after the arrest of Deputy Bélizaire, although stating "I will not speak with emotions" does not hesitate to describe the President of the Republic of dictator "We are in presence of a dictator [...] remember the press, how the President has treated you, he respects no one, it does not respect the law, he does what he wants of the people [...] he is the supreme leader he has a record on each person so he can do what he wants [...]" Heavy charges from a parliamentary at the head of the Lower House...
Before the arrest of Deputy Bélizaire, the President of the House told reporters "they can not arrest him now if they want to arrest him there is no problem because we do not have the force with us, but nevertheless we need that the nation know that today, we are no longer in a democratic system, we are in a budding dictatorship. Can a President can make arrest someone because he has not slept well or because he has spoken with him ? [...] We informs the Nation that in the drift where we are and if it continues, we will return stronger than under Duvalier... [...] That's how it [the Duvalier regime] began. Since you do not agree with him, he [the President] will seek to put a file on you and make you arrest..." A verbal escalation hardly acceptable of an elected official...
On the a radio station of the capital, the Deputy Levaillant Louis Jeune, under the influence of indignation, did not hesitate to declare "an impeachment proceedings against the President Michel Martelly will be undertaken as soon as Parliament resumes in January" Accusing the executive of controlling the justice "We will meet Friday to Parliament to decide."
"We will meet, we will give to Michel Martelly a reciprocal response in the context of this case," said for his part, the Senator Simon Dieuseul Desras.
The Deputy Stevenson Timoléon, accompanied by more than 50 parliamentarians in front of the National Penitentiary, declared "Our colleague was arbitrarily arrested, he enjoys parliamentary immunity, the procedures were not followed. We are facing a political drift in Haiti"
Shortly before the arrest of Deputy Bélizaire, the Deputy Willo Joseph at the airport, under the influence of anger told reporters "I want to see if the executive with its police officers will have the nerve to assassinate the Deputy Bélizaire, since it can not be an arrested this afternoon..."
A rumor suggests that the deputies would meet Thursday evening to evoke the dismissal of Thierry Mayard Paul, the Minister of the Interior, Local Authorities and Defence.
Edgar Leblanc, Coordinator of the Organization of People in Struggle (OPL) reported "...I also heard in the press that the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Sorel Jacinthe was banned from entering in the diplomatic lounge [of the airport] to meet with Mr. Bélizaire. Another insult to the function of President of the Chamber, an affront to Parliament. I think what happens is very serious, it's very serious...
The Prime Minister and especially the Minister of Justice will have to give explanations on what is happening here [...] against this affront, the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate will certainly have to react to defend their rights and privileges, but also to enforce the Constitution, to enforce the law, to enforce the law simply because there are signs that it's more than drifts. it announced a very bad day, not just for the deputies and senators, but for the whole of society..."
Hoping that our parliamentary will quickly find the path of the reason, the world is watching us, while we are agitated in confusion... and it is not very positive for the image of our country.
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