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Haiti - Dual Nationality : Only the Prime Minister went to the convocation
17/02/2012 10:22:52

Haiti - Dual Nationality : Only the Prime Minister went to the convocation
Yesterday Thursday, February 16, 2012, the Ministers accompanied by their Secretary of State had to answer to a convocation of the Senate Commission responsible for verifying the nationality of members of the Government. Only the Prime Minister, Dr. Garry Conille has responded and filed the required documents. Michel Chancy, the Secretary of State for Animal Production went to the convocation without the required travel documents stating "I only came to to answer the convocation and not to submit my documents. This must be done administratively through my ministry." Other members of the Governments concerned by these convocations do not come.

Sen. Joseph Lambert declared "...This morning there was a convocation at times clearly marked for each Government Minister and the Prime Minister himself. We received this morning a Secretary of State [Michel Chancy], who chose not to submit to the Commission its documents and the Prime Minister who who filed all the documents to which we were interested at the level of the Commission. Subsequently, we received at 1:40pm if I'm not mistaken, the Minister responsible for relations with Parliament [Ralph Théano] who has forwarded a letter that came from the Government, I am talking about the Ministers of course, which I read for you :"

Commission of Inquiry on Nationality
Honourable Senator Joseph Lambert, President in its offices

Honorable President the Ministers signatories present their compliments to the members of the Commission of Inquiry on nationality and have the honor to request a deferral for a week of the convocation either Thursday, February 23, 2012 because of the different ministerial activities that require travel in the field.

While reiterating their commitment to work jointly with the Senate in accordance with the norms of the Constitution and the law, the Ministers signatories ask you to receive their best greetings.

Laurent Lamothe, Thierry Mayard-Paul, Jean Ronald Toussaint, Hébert Docteur, Stéphanie Villedrouin, Daniel Supplice, Michel Brunache, François Richel Lafaille, André Georges Lemercier, Hervé J. Day, Jacques Rousseau, Jean Roosevelt René, Réginald Paul, Yanick Mézil, Pierre Raymond Dumas, Florence Duperval Guillaume, Wilson Laleau, Ralph Théano.

"The Commission after receipt of this letter, has deemed good to make a comment and to determine the admissibility or inadmissibility of it. In our practice in Parliament, whether it's an invitation, a convocation or of an interpellation the concerned can always request a deferral and on this basis we give, and accept the postponement for a week" has concluded the Senator Lambert.

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