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Haiti - Politic : Laurent Lamothe Prime Minister ? If democracy requires it
29/02/2012 08:22:13

Haiti - Politic : Laurent Lamothe Prime Minister ? If democracy requires it
Ady Jean Gardy, the Chief of Cabinet of Minister of Foreign Affairs, Laurent Lamothe, spoke yesterday Tuesday about the possibilities that the Chancellor Lamothe is a candidate for the position of Prime Minister of Haiti. Jean Gardy first recalled that the current work, the various agreements initiated between states (Venezuela, ALBA, UEA, CARICOM...) must continue in one way or another, adding "we are ready, in a certain way to ensure the continuity of the State [...] if there are changes at ministerial level or inter-ministerial our decision is to continue to serve..."

Addressing the possibility of cumulation of positions, the Chief of Staff explained "...this is not excluded, the Constitution provides that one can be Prime Minister and also hold a Ministerial position of his choice" adding that he did not think that Laurent Lamothe was initially interested to be Prime Minister "Mr. Lamothe has never wanted to be Prime Minister of Haiti, it is not his first idea, the idea is to serve his country, to allow Haiti to have a new image. But you know, when fate takes you by the neck, it can take you anywhere. I believe today that what concerns us is to follow his destiny [...] and to be ready and I think we're ready... [...] there is a willingness on the part of the Minister to continue his work, he is not there, as he told the Cabinet, to become Prime Minister, he feels very well where he is, but if he is forced by democratic trends to assume this position, he will, I believe he will.

It is still very hesitant, but we are ready at the Cabinet level to encourage the democratic process with Parliament, with the political forces, also with international partners and see how we can move in the right direction..."

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