Haiti Politics - New Prime Minister Fritz Jean Risk LOOSING the Vote of Parliament

Haiti Transition Crisis Update -- New Prime Minister Fritz Jean has a very slim chance of getting a vote of confidence from Parliament, a requirement for him to continue his mission as prime minister of Haiti...

Fritz Jean, former Prime Minister of Haiti
Fritz Jean, former Prime Minister of Haiti

The Majority at the chamber of deputes say hell NO, they will not vote in favor of PM Fritz Jean. the minority at the Senate feels the same way...

Many senators and deputes argue that they have nothing personal against Fritz Jean; however, they believe his nomination as prime minister is a clear violation of the constitution and the 05 Feb accord that is the basis of this new provisional government.

What do you think about that?

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La Belle Creole says...

A la yon palman idyo konpè.

Sak pi komik lan, sè ke yon an yo pa legal lan palman an. Tout sa se erè matelli te

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Patrick Jean says...

Palmante mal eli yo pa kapab revoke PM chwazi a. Poukisa yo pat revoke KPlim?

Si ta gen blokaj, se pou Privert mete sou pye komisyon evalyasyon an yon fason pou yo kapab wetire tout dasomann ki nan palman an. Espesyalman Abel Decollines, Caleb, Jak Sove

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Legrand Parisien Salvant says...

These guys cannot interpret the Constitution the way they want to suit them. They are not voting in favor or not in favor of PM Fritz Jean but it is a vote of confidence of his general policy or plan or project of society.

The vote does not have anything to do with the PM. These guys need to stop fouling

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