People who overthrow duly elected presidents should not take their place of power, Eric Jean Baptiste said

The opposition in Haiti have their claws wide open waiting to take over once they succeed in evicting Jovenel Moise out of the National Palace. While Eric Jean Baptiste, leader of the political party Rally of Progressive National Democrats (RDNP) agrees that President Jovenel failed as president, he also warns against Jovenel's opponents subsequently claiming victory and taking over control of Haiti post-Jovenel like spoils of war.

Eric Jn Baptiste - Candidat a la Presidence
Eric Jn Baptiste - Candidat a la Presidence

"Unfortunately the president (Jovenel Moise) does not even control a small parcel of the territory," Eric Jean Baptiste (Pere Eternel) said, "He is not in command of anything and therefore has to take all the necessary steps for an ordered transition.

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However, Eric Jean Baptiste warns, "in this transition there must not be any victors and vanquished because if every time there is an elected president and a group of people who do not agree with him think they can overthrow him to assume power, and this group go ahead and take over power, it will be a perpetual recommencement."

Haitian Creole: Men Zin... Eric Jean Baptiste deklare moun ki dechouke Jovenel la, fok sa pa li ki kouri pran pouvwa a nan transition, perpetuel recommencement (AUDIO)

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