Michel Brunache as Minister of Justice in Haiti
Here is Michel Brunache, Minister of Justice in Haiti.
Mr. Michel Pierre Brunache (born April 13, 1971) was appointed as the Minister of Justice & Public Safety (December 2011 - May 2012) by replacing Josué Pierre-Louis under the presidency of former President Martelly. Thereafter, he served as the Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Haiti on Foreign and Political affairs and Rules of Law. Earlier to that, he had served as the Chief of Cabinet of the President of the Republic under provisional president Boniface Alexandre (March 2004 - May 2006). Mr. Brunache completed his law graduation from the Haiti State University (1995), and degree in Human Rights from Université de Fribourg (Suisse). He is a member of the Bar Association of Port-au-Prince. He is well conversant in French, Haitian Creole, English.. His practice area covers Civil Law, Constitutional Justice and Commercial Law. On June 26, 2015, in a talk facilitated by Venezuela, then Haitian Minister of Justice Michel Brunache exposed the agreement between Martelly administration and the Dominican authority that the Dominicans of Haitians descent, living in the D.R since 1928 would be degraded to second-class citizenship in the D.R. in an order to resolve the crisis of stateless status of hundreds of thousands Haitians of Dominican descents who are facing the threat of forced expulsion from the Dominican Republic.