Haiti - CSPJ/CEP : According to the Presidency, the out of the crisis is at the level of CSPJ
Reacting to this situation, Lucien Jura, the Spokesman of the Presidency, reminded that the judicial power, that enjoys full independence, had initially made a vote [24 July 2012] and submitted its list of representatives to the Executive, who did what he had to do, namely make an order appointing these members to the Permanent Electoral Council, and believes that the solution to the crisis can only come from the CSPJ.
"[...] The President can only note the resumption of the vote in the Superior Council of the Judiciary [...] we heard observers, lawyers and analysts, say that it is not the role of the Executive, of the Presidency to intervene in an administrative problem.
We also heard of observers, lawyers, analysts, advisers of the Presidency who also share this point of view, today, the Presidency, the Executive has no authority over the electoral advisers, who sworn and who are members of Permanent Electoral Council.
Any approaches of the Executive, of the Presidency that would tend to bring out the members [of CSPJ] of the Permanent Electoral Council, would be totally contrary to the Constitution and the law, and you know how the rule of law is important for the President of the Republic. It is a way that should not be considered, under penalty of disqualifying, the political vision of the President of the Republic.
Even before today, the President of the Republic had already pointed out, the approach is at the level of Superior Council of the Judiciary, which, in its autonomy and independence, should in a concerted approach, negotiate with its members for their resignation [...] this is a way can still be taken without interfering with the Constitution, the Presidency invites because it can only invite he Superior Council of the Judiciary [...] to see how within it, correct this situation, because the Presidency does not have that prerogative. Only the Superior Council of the Judiciary can do it [...]"
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