Gracia Delva Senate candidate
Gracia Delva confirmed his candidacy for the Senate (Artibonite) to the October 2016 elections for the renewal of one third of the Senate. He is condidat under the banner “Ayiti An Aksyon” (AAA) of Youri Latortue. Confident Gracia Delva, thinks he can bring a lot to the Youri Latortue. Confident Gracia Delva, thinks he can bring a lot
or the senators of G12, Privert is legitimate
The senators Nenel Cassy (Lavalas) president of the majority bloc in the Senate (G12), Évaliere Beauplan and Cheramy asserts that president (de facto) Jocerleme Privert is legitimate and urges him to continue the electoral process. They point out that if the National Assembly has failed in its mission the Nation must not make pay the price, saying the President Privert must convene the people in elections.
Cantave asks the PM to replace Privert
The Senator of Artibonite Carl Murat Cantave says that no consensus had been reached between the blocks before the session in National Assembly, again rejecting all responsibility of blocking of the session on Jocelerme Privert. He asks the Prime Minister Enex Jean Charles to take responsibility instead of de facto President.
New negotiations between the Groups
Ronald Larèche, President a.i. of the Senate, expressed his disappointment following the put in continuation of the session in National Assembly and announced new negotiations between the political blocs to find a consensus for holding the session…
The Chancellery condemns the attack of Nice
“Haitian chancellor condemns with the utmost rigor, the attack of Nice (France) on the night of 14 July. We express our deepest sympathies to the victims and to the French Government in these difficult times. We express our solidarity to the place of French citizens affected by this tragedy. We stand in solidarity to the French people and reject any form of violence that could endanger human life.”
NOTICE : Change of Address, extended deadline
The Executive Directorate of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) is advising the general public, political parties, political groups and candidates in particular, that the change of address process is extended until 25 July 2016 (end originally scheduled July 14 ). The Executive Directorate encourages, once again, voters, eager to change of address, to visit in the deadline the Departmental Electoral Offices (BED) and Communal (BEC), closest to their home, to fulfill this formality.