Jovenel Moise destroyed his own majority inside Haiti Parliament, Depute Jean Marie Florestal said
After nominating Jean Henry Ceant prime minister of Haiti, President Jovenel Moise now does not have the majority required at the Chamber of Deputes to make sure Ceant is ratified, nor does he want to, says Port-de-Paix Depute Jean Marie Florestal.
APH, Alliance parlementaire pour Haiti, was the majority supporting the actions of the government but, according to Depute Florestal, himself a member of APH, this bloc no longer exists.
When asked by a journalist: "are you a member of the APH or are you now in the opposition," Depute Jean Marie Florestal replied: "Jovenel Moise kraze APH... Pa gen APH ankò" (President Jovenel destroyed APH, this majority block no longer exists)
Legally APH still exists in the chamber of Deputes because it is registered but, in reality, APH has been dissolved," the Depute said.
"If APH existed, before choosing Jean Henry Ceant for Prime Minster, president Jovenel Moise would have sat down with APH," Depute Florestal said. "After choosing Ceant for Prime Minister, the president would have sat down with us to say: Guys, get yourselves together and give me Jean Henry Ceant as prime minister."
"Today it is clear, Jovenel Moise does not have Jean Henry Ceant in his pocket, he has his own plans and he is going to fall flat on his face. (li gen afè pa li an pòch li e l ap kase dan l tou!), Florestal said."
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Pakèt konronpi yo a dégajé yo!
Pou gouvènman Amériken pa fouré pwent nen yo nan zafè nou: nap sipòté Jovenel pou 5 ans, kòm kounya a pa gen pi myé pasé Jovenel nan palman an.
Opozisyon an té pran nan éléksyon Chanpwèl Martelly a an 2016 la;
Après la nomination de Jean Henry Ceant au poste de Premier ministre d'Haiti, le président Jovenel Moise n'a plus la majorité requise à la Chambre des Députés pour s'assurer que Ceant soit ratifié, en plus, il ne le souhaite pas, déclare le député de Port-de-Paix, Jean Marie Florestal.
L'APH, Allance parlementaire pour Haiti, était la majorité soutenant les actions du gouvernement mais, selon le député Florestal, lui-même membre de l'APH, ce bloc n'existe plus.
Interrogé par un journaliste: "êtes-vous membre de l'APH ou êtes-vous maintenant dans l'opposition?", le député Jean Marie Florestal a répondu: "Le président Jovenel a détruit APH, ce bloc majoritaire n'existe plus."
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