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Haiti - Justice : Arnel Bélizaire convened before the investigating judge
04/11/2011 12:54:48

Haiti - Justice : Arnel Bélizaire convened before the investigating judge
According to parliamentary sources, the Bureau of the Lower House yesterday Thursday received a summons from Judge Bernard Saint-Vil, [responsible for the instruction of the investigation], addressed to the Deputy Arnel Bélizaire, asking him to appear at the Office of the investigating judge, Tuesday, November 8, 2011, to answer the charges of forgery, use of false, criminal association and escape.

Some parliamentarians, [unfavorable to the lifting of the immunity of Deputy Délizaire], see in this action of justice, a diversionary tactic to try to demobilize both Houses, who seek to dismiss some ministers.

Other [favorable to the Government Martelly], believe that this convocation, aims to the contrary to demonstrate that the authorities control the situation, despite the pressures they are the subject since the arrest followed by the release of Deputy Bélizaire.

For his part, the Government Commissioner, Me Félix Léger, accused by the Parliamentarians of having acted illegally in this case, has declared "...only a higher court or a tribunal can say that the Government Commissioner acted improperly.

As part of this case, simply, we have brought the person in question befoe its body, ie the Chamber of Deputies for the suites of right and this by correspondence dated October 29, 2011, so the prosecution waiting, the justice waiting.

Now it is for a court to decide, to determine after investigation, to say what magistrate would have acted badly in this case, now we are in a normal situation, the magistrate as part of its mission, enjoyed a record and it has responded. Now it's to a court to say if the actions have been legal or illegal...

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