There is a new majority in the Senate. It may decide to change...

Trebu Patriote - October 29 2009, 11:41 AM

There is a new majority in the Senate.

It may decide to change the government.

It is prescribed by the 1987 Constitution.

It is a legitimate act when the senators think the government is not doing enough to alleviate the suffering of the Haitian people.

The cabinet members are not working as a team. There is a status quo situation.

Speaking of instability, the prime minister and her cabinet are employees of the State.

The pojects are state projects.

The President ofthe Republic is the guardian of the national stability by maintaining intact the goals and the objectives of the plan of development.

The next government should fit inside the global plan of development.

The investors and the international partners of Haiti should adapt themselves to a new team.

They need to be careful and avoid any interference in the internal affairs of the Republic.

The State Department, the OAS and the EU should observe and wait for the new representatives of the independent State of Haiti.

They do not have the right to tell us how to behave.

The Prime Minister, besides her qualifications, has to present results, defend the actions of her government and delineate a clear pathway for the next 12 months to come.

This is a direct reply to: C.R.J. if $197 million is unaccounted for then the...

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