According to the legislators, this eliminates the space for negotiation, in which parliamentarians impose ministers in exchange for the ratification and approval of the government plan presented by the executive.
Another change is that the President is no longer conceived as ‘minor,’ but is subject to ordinary courts for corruption, financial or administrative mismanagement, committed during the exercise of the office.
The commission also suggested that the liquidation of public accounts is not a responsibility shared between the parliament and the Court of Auditors, but that this last instance must be trusted for all categories of public accountants.
They also noted the possibility that the deputies have a closer relationship with the communities and that only the senators have the prerogative to vote the budget of the Republic.
Haiti is one of the countries in America that has applied the most reforms to its Magna Carta. Since its approval in 1801, its inhabitants have modified the Constitution 24 times.