21 Haitian deputies demand the indictment of president Jovenel Moise

21 Haitian deputes accuse President Jovenel Moise of high treason and having repeatedly violated the Constitution. They demand his indictment.

A Group of Haitian Deputes during a National Assembly
A Group of Haitian Deputes during a National Assembly

These deputies also accuse Jovenel Moise of leading the country to the brink of social explosion.

For all these reasons, these deputies have sent, Monday, June 10, a correspondence to the president of the Chamber of Deputies to ask him to follow up their request of February 20, of indictment of president Jovenel.

"The country is on the verge of social explosion. Massive protests follow one another in the capital and in the provinces to demand the resignation of President Jovenel Moise, accused of embezzlement in a report of the Superior Court of Accounts and Administrative Disputes. This damning file adds to a long list of violations of the Constitution by the President and his successive governments," the note said.

Here is the list of Deputes who signed this demand:

  1. Député Sinal Bertrand
  2. Député Jerry Tardieu
  3. Député Jean-Robert Bossé
  4. Député Roger Millien
  5. Député Baudelaire Noelsaint
  6. Député Rudy Devil
  7. Député Joseph Manès Louis
  8. Député Pierre Fequiere Julien
  9. Député Déus Deronneth
  10. Député Jean-Marcel Lumérant
  11. Député Reynald Exantus
  12. Député Abel Descollines
  13. Député Smith Romuald
  14. Député Ketel Jean-Philippe
  15. Député Garnier Vikerson
  16. Député Jacob Latortue
  17. Député Frank Lauture
  18. Député A Rodon Bien-Aimé
  19. Député Paul Gérard Lorméus
  20. Député Printemps Belizaire
  21. Député Myriam Amilcar

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