Senator Ronald Lareche in Mont-Organise
Here is Senator Ronald Lareche in Mont Organise. He joined Haitian national Police (PNH) in 1995 and later became the Supervisor of Police in his hometown in Mont Organise. He was agent 2.
On Wednesday, July 20, 2016, the former vice president of the Senate, Ronald Larèche has been elected the president of the Senate replacing the current interim president Jocelerme Privert. Mr. Ronald Larèche (born on November 21, 1971 in Mont-Organizes), the former Senator of the North East, by profession is a lawyer and a member of the Parliamentary Group of the Renewal (GPR) Commissions and member of several high profile committees such as, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Worship and Haitians living abroad, Committee on Interior and Local government, Decentralization and Border Development. He is also a member of the Commission for Justice and Public Safety. Now, the new Bureau is thus composed of Ronald Larèche (President), I. Steven Benoit (vice president), Junior Jean Marie Solomon (First Secretary), Lucas François St-Vil (Second Secretary) and Fritz Carlos Lebon (Quaestor, in charge of public revenue and expenditure). Ronald Larèche has been active in politics since 1985.