Haiti 3 Branches of Government sign agreement, Lawmakers mandate extended

A new political accord has been signed between Haiti's executive, legislative and judicial branches of government extending the mandate of the Haitian Senators and Deputes with the condition that the senators vote the electoral law so that elections can be held finally in the country...


PHOTO: Haiti - President Martelly ak Senatè Simon Desras ap bay la main

KREYOL: Haiti - 3 pouvwa leta yo siyen yon nouvo accord pou pwolonje manda senatè ak depite yo... Tout senatè ak depute ap rete an fonksyon pase 12 Janvier 2015, Martelly pap dirije pa dekrè, men condition an fòk Senatè yo vote amandman lwa elektoral la pou election kapab fèt... Kisa ou panse de sa?

This new agreement will allow Haitian lawmakers to complete their terms past the second Monday of January 2015... Haitian Deputes will complete their 4 years as depute which will expire in 24 April 2015; the Senators will complete their full term which will expire on 09 Sept 2015...

Should there be elections before the end of these dates, their mandate will expire on the day the newly elected lawmakers take office.

In this agreement as wel, the newly formed Electoral Council will have to a maximum of 120 days to organize the elections...

This political agreement was signed by the representatives of the 3 branches of government: President Michel Martelly for the executive branch, Senate president Simon Dieuseul Desras and Chamber of deputies president Jacques Thimoléon Stevenson for the Legislative branch, and President Arnel Alexis Joseph for the Judicial branch

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Carl Ceron says...

what about the voice of the people and believe this is not going to solve the problem and the senators are not going to vote for any election and I believe that all the branches are violate the constitution, this should never been done like

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Galujo Charles says...

Se yon bon desizyon.

Anko yon lot fwa Prezidan Mateli pwouve bon fwa li pou travay ak lot bwanch gouvenman.

Li pwouve ke li ta renmen kriz la debloke.

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Charles Belhomme says...

Allons-nous voir Haïti sortir de cette situation

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Charles Belhomme says...

Allons-nous voir Haïti sortir de cette situation

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Charles Belhomme says...

Allons-nous voir Haïti sortir de cette situation

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Max Sou Facebook says...

Mwen Dako à prezidan, lap fè lemond wè nèg sa yon se pouvwa yo bezwen se pa peyi yo wè.

Nèg yo di prezidan pa politisyen gade koman prezidan ap dezapwouve bann tize pouvwa yo, neg sa yo se yon bann chyen yo ye, yo san karakte w-ap mande eske se moun yo ye. yo pat janm vle vote amandeman lwa elektoral la pou eleksyon fet nan peyi ya, men ya votel pou yo toujou gen pouvwa.

bann san karaktè tizè pouvwa, map mande eske se yon manman ki te fe yo, eske se moun yo ye bann san

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Patrick Princivil says...

Tout tèt chajé a sé pitit pitit Déssaline,

kansè a sé nonm sak bay tèt li non pitit pitit Déssaline nan, sé 12 Janvié map tan poum wè kisa lap fè?

Pi fò group yo prè pou négosyé mwen pa kon ki kalité léspri ki nan tèt Moise Jean Charles, nonm nan fè 4 ans san travay pou lap pèsékité yon gouvernman kap travay.

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Charles Belhomme says...

Could that be taking Haïti of in the controversial politics

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Patrick Princivil says...

Gèt manman yo!
Afè Moise Jean Charles dépim wèl ap kontinyé vin ap ransé kont Prézidan Martelly mwen santim ennèvé, tou tan nonm nan nan maniféstation pou énmi li yo paka fout chien an kèk katouche nan tèt li?

Viv Prézidan Martelly pou 15

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Dupoux Sou Facebook says...

One thing I do understand is that the president of Haiti has done everything in his power and trying to bring unity within the government but you have so-called leaders from the senate that do not want any progress to be accomplished in that island, it is because these so-called senators have no understanding what real leadership is all about or have any understanding of democracy, they have not done anything prior to this new government to take the country forward it is because they do not know how to take a country forward, these people have deceive the Haitian community.

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