JEAN-HENRY CEANT AND MAX BELLERIVE NAMED AS MARTELLY FAVOURITES FOR PRIME MINISTER.

June 27, 2011
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WE HAVE ALREADY HAD ENOUGH OF BELLERIVE AND HIS PARTNERSHIP/LOYALTY TO THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, LET’S GO WITH CEANT

June 27, 2011 16:00 hours

5 Responses to “ JEAN-HENRY CEANT AND MAX BELLERIVE NAMED AS MARTELLY FAVOURITES FOR PRIME MINISTER. ”

  1. eduj on June 27, 2011 at

    Ceant = aristid talk about the dog and his vomit

  2. jack peters on June 28, 2011 at

    A good point.

    But Bellerive = Dominican Republic

    Perhaps they continue to overlook the obvious – Gervais Charles who is simply an honest Haitian patriot.

    I suppose that patriotism is not in the Haitian vocabulary

  3. Richard Douyon on June 28, 2011 at

    Subject: Two track senario to end political stalemate and manage Haiti’s crises
    Bellerive as interim Prime minister is an intriguing and appealing choice. He has been vetted already and that will facilitate his ratification by the congress if necessary. He will report to the congress in one year if he is still in place. His mandate will be to head an emergency interim government. He is already aware of the issues (education, clean water for cholera and other transmissible diseases, housing for homeless and refugees, security, disasters preparedness and finally good governance and combat corruption in managing the CIRH funds and programs). He will have to appoint an new interim cabinet supporting Martelly’s vision. He seems to have a good chemistry with the president. These government should satisfy the Haitian people who voted for Martelly’s programs. That temporary compromise will give the executive and the parliament plenty of time to negotiate a new permanent prime minister who will run the Martelly’s government and implement his vision that 68% of the Haitian people voted for.

    All I am proposing is a 2 track approach to end the stalemate and allow the government to manage a country in crisis while the democratic political process is being played out.  Political debate has to continue and it is healthy.  But, it would be a crime against humanity by Haiti’s leaders and politicians to stay put and let 20% of the haitian homeless at risk to perish under the cholera and impending hurricanes.

  4. demokrazi bouda kras on June 28, 2011 at

    Tout se rablabla.

    Kiyes ki konnen kisa met peyi a genyen nan tet pal?

    Bon, miyes ki met jaden an?

  5. George Dumas on June 28, 2011 at

    Bellerive has already demonstrated his criminality.

    Looks as though Martelly is just bluffing.

    Ceant now a losing chance.

    Gervais Charles is holding his own and would make a good Firt Minister