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Haiti Politics - Evans Paul political party KID against Privert staying in Power

President Jocelerme Privert - PM Evans Paul Haiti Transition Update -- ''President Privert MUST do as Michel Martelly did on February 7, He must leave,' Says Enold Joseph, general secretary of former Prime Minister Evans Paul's political party Konvasyon Inite Demokratik (KID) more »

Haiti - President Privert plans to STAY in power unless National Asembly decides to let him go

14 Juin 2016 - Eske President Privert dwe RETE oswa ALE? Haiti Transition Update -- President Jocelerme Privert says it would be irresponsible on his part to simply pack his bags and leave the national palace empty... So, unless there is a National Assembly to decide his fate, he ain't going nowhere... more »

Haiti - "NO, Privert will NOT be a De-Facto President," a PHTK Depute says

Ex Haitian President Jocelerme Privert Haiti Transition Update -- When asked whether or not Jocelerme Privert would become a de-facto president of Haiti once his 120-days term expires Tuesday June 14 and remains in power, outspoken PHTK depute of Cerca-Carvajal Antoine Rodon Bien-Aime replies: "NO, Privert will not be a de-facto president." more »

Haiti - Depute A. Rodon Bien-Aime predicts there will NOT be a National Assembly to EVICT Privert from Power

Depute A Rodon Bien-Aime vs President Privert Regarding President Privert's fate after June 14 when his term expires, Haiti PHTK depute Antoine Rodon Bien-Aime says: "Since there WILL be problems and the National Assebly will not be able to convene, Privert will remain in power, he will remain in his post until the national assemble decides to convene." more »

Haiti - Senator Jean Baptiste Bien-Aime wants President Privert to STAY in power until elections are held

Jean Baptiste Bien-Aime - Haiti Senator "President Privert does NOT have a [120 days] mandate," Haitian Senator Jean Baptiste Bien-Aime said, "He [Privert] has a mandate to organize elections... The National Assembly will decide, IF there is a national assembly..." more »

Haiti Parliament DIVIDED over President Privert: Should he STAY, Should he GO?

14 Juin 2016 - Eske President Privert dwe RETE oswa ALE? There is a BIG divide among Haitian senators and Deputes over whether or not interim president Jocelerme Privert should remain in power past his 120-days term which ends Tuesday, 14 June 2016... Pro Privert Senators agrue he should stay until elections are held while the other side is sreaming VLE PA VLE fò l ale... more »

Haiti - Jounalis Bob C. Radio Caraibes di: Privert ap rete sou pouvoir la jouk le ti pou fe dan

Michel Martelly passes the Presidential Sash to Jocelerme Privert Men Nouvel... Haiti Politik - Jounalis Bob C. Radio Caraibes FM di: Si elections yo ap fèt lè ti pou fè dan, sanble President Jocelerme Privert ap rete sou pouvoir la jouk lè ti pou fè dan... LOL... more »

Haiti President Jocelerme Privert in Cuba for ACS Meeting

President Privert Leaving Haiti Haitian Interim President Jocelerme Privert is in Havana Cuba to join other Caribbean leaders at the 7th summit of Association of Caribbean States (ACS) to discuss climate change, sustainable development and security in the region among other things... more »

Haiti Politics - Should President Privert STAY or Should he GO?

14 Juin 2016 - Eske President Privert dwe RETE oswa ALE? 14 Juin is coming... Haiti interim president Jocelerme Privert was selected by Parliament to hold the position of president for 120 days in order to complete the 2nd round elections and elect a legitimate president to replace him. That didn't happen... Should President Privert STAY or should he GO? more »

18 Mai in Haiti - President Privert in Arcahaie for Haitian Flag Day Ceremonies

President Privert Arcahaie - 18 Mai 2016 Despite troubles ahead of the Haitian Flag in the city of Arcahaie, Interim President Jocelerme Privert and his government went to Arcahaie anyway to carry out the official annual Haitian flag day ceremonies... more »