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The decision appointing the Presidential Council still deadlocked in the Council of Ministers

  • March 30, 2024
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The decree appointing the Presidential Council has still not been published despite hours of debate in the Council of Ministers last night. The Council says it is still waiting for the framework document giving the creation, organization and functioning of the Presidential Council from Caricom. The Council of Ministers had received the document in question from the members of the Presidential Council but considers it inadmissible, arguing that the government interface is Caricom. According to a source close to the discussions, the Presidential Council which has not even been created yet cannot directly refer the matter to the Council of Ministers. A letter should be sent to Caricom to inform it of this.

Still no decree appointing the presidential council, following the holding of the council of ministers, as planned. The debates lasted hours. The Council says it is still waiting for the framework document giving the creation, organization and functioning of the Presidential Council from Caricom. The Council of Ministers had received the said document in question from the members of the Presidential Council but considers it inadmissible, arguing that the government interface is the regional organization.

At the end of the council, it was decided that a letter be sent to Caricom to inform it of this.

Another question relating to the competence and quality of the Presidential Council to draft the framework document was also raised during the Council of Ministers.
According to certain arguments mentioned, the document relating to the creation, organization and functioning of the Presidential Council must come from the government. And through the letter that must be sent to Caricom, this problem should be raised.
“The members of the Presidential Council once designated, it is up to the government to take measures to complete the process of its creation,” declares a government source.

According to certain actors, the resigning government is using all stratagems to block the establishment of the Presidential Council. They think that a very strong current of power would even seek to screw up the process of setting up the Council in order to force us to turn our gaze towards “the Court of Cassation controlled by Prime Minister Ariel Henry”. Most of the Court’s judges were appointed by the neurosurgeon.

The battle between the supporters of the Presidential Council supported by the international community and those who advise turning our gaze towards the Court of Cassation is tough.

By Gazette Haiti News

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