Jean Max Bellerive named Chief of Staff to President Jocelerme Privert
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On February 29, 2016, the Provisional President Jocelerme Privert appointed former Haitian Prime Jean-Max Bellerive (under the presidency of Rene Préval), for the role of his Chief of Staff. His other political advisors appointed by him are: Jean-Marie Chérestal (former Prime Minister under Jean-Bertrand Aristide) as a private advisor; Raymond Jeanty (one of the right arms of former President Préval) as director of the National Palace; Daly Valet, former campaign manager of Moïse Jean-Charles, in charge of the national dialogue file; Joanas Gué, Harry Adam, former director of the UCLBP (under Martelly administration), Senator Kelly C. Bastien (Senate candidate - Vérité), former deputy Jean David Génesté are also part of the President Privert advisers. Bellerive (born 1958), the son of a prominent doctor was born in Port-au-Prince. He completed his studies on Political Science and International Relations from Switzerland, France, and Belgium. On 30 October 2009, he was nominated by Haitian President René Préval to replace former Prime Minister Michèle Pierre-Louis. As the 14th Prime Minister of Haiti, he held the Prime Minister's office between 11 November 2009 and 18 October 2011. On 14 May 2011, he resigned as Prime Minister to allow Michel Martelly, the country's new President, to choose his own Prime Minister and Martelly selected Daniel Gérard Rouzier to succeed Bellerive.