Here is a picture of Mr. Rony Celestin, Deputy of Cerca-La-Source in Thomassique.
Rony Célestin (born June 24, 1974) under PHTK banner is one of the 92 deputies who sworn in on January 10, 2016 and took office in the Lower House of the 50th Legislature under the constitution. He is a member of Oganizasyon Lavni (LAVNI) political party and by profession, he is an Accountant and Engineer. So far, the responsible offices that he had held include, Member of the Commission of Economy, Finance, Trade and Budget; Member of the Commission of Interior and Territorial Communities, Decentralization and border development; and Member of the Board of Tourism and Culture. He won the first round of legislative elections of August 9, 2015, (Senators and Deputies) with 64.84% votes from the Cerca la Source (Centre) constituency. In the March 2011 election, an opponent contestant from INITE political party complained that Rony and his supporters attacked one polling station and ripped most of the ballots, because Rony was afraid that his opponent might win. In March 2016, there was a rumor that he had received a Nissan Patrol 2015 car as gift from some undisclosed sources in the Ministry of Planning.
Here is a picture of Gary Bodeau, Deputy of Delmas.
On February 14, 2016, despite his opposition to the candidacy of Senator Privert as the Interim President, Gary Bodeau, Deputy of Delmas asked the Interim President, together with Parliament, to give the country a consensus government, headed by a competent, honest and dynamic Prime Minister who should be supported by over 15 ministers and three secretaries of state which to be selected from the bodies of politicians and / or civil societies. Although Bodeau saluted Privert's coming to power, he was of opinion that Privert's accession to the presidency of parliamentary office was in contravention to the principle of separation of powers, against Articles 60 and 60.1 of the constitution. He requested his parliamentary colleagues to respect political ethics and have respect for the constitution of the country.
Here is a picture of two members of the Chamber of deputies Cholzer Chancy and Jerry Tardieu
On Monday, January 11, 2016, Cholzer Chancy (born, 16 February, 1967) has been elected as the President of the Chamber of Deputies under the 50th Legislature for one year term by defeating Jerry Tardieu. He is a former deputy and a member of Ayiti An Aksyon (AAA) political group. He is a choice of President Martelly who won the first round election on August 9, 2015. Cholzer Chancy on becoming President of the lower Chamber, has announced that his priorities would be to decide on the burning issues before the country. To him, the fund allotments under the budgets should be done with proper prudence and effective measures to control budget expenditures should be strictly adhered to. He believes that it is the responsibility of the parliamentarians to improve their own image to the population.
Here is Esaie Prophete, Elected Deputy of Wuartier Morin (OPL)
As per the latest news, the presidential run-off will be held on January 24, 2016-- just two weeks before the deadline for the new president to swear in on February 7. But, there are some problems. The main contestant to this run, second place winner Jude Célestin says he won't take part in the contest. Like other opposition political parties, he also believes that the second election will be nothing but a repetition of the first drama fraught with frauds. Eduardo Gamarra, a political expert from Florida International University in Miami is of opinion that there were frauds in the last election from all participating sides. No single parties to blame, rather many others were actively involved in the felony because of the ineffective electoral system. He also believes that since Martelly cannot run for a second term, he may use Moïse as a sort of puppet in order to stay in power. But he thinks Jovenel would be much more independent than people speculate.
Here is Garry Bodeau, Deputy of Delmas (Bouclier)
'Delmas' is a district in the West of the capital city Port-au-Prince, an urban continuation of the capital city. With its population growth, economic and social developments, it became a town in 1982. As per 2009 Census, it is the home of 359,451 people within an area of 27.74 square kilometers. Its population is only 15.26% of the metropolitan area of which 54.04% are women. It is a residence dominated area of affluent people with some shopping centers and supermarkets. 'Delmas' is the richest part of the capital city. Two main roadways of 'Delmas' are Autoroute de Delmas and Boulevard de Toussaint Louverture. These roads are numbered in a systematic way: even numbers on the south side and odd numbers on the north side. The residential areas on the hills are very popular and thus 100% of the city is urban. By its economic system, standard of living, infrastructure quality, it is one of the most equipped and developed areas in the country.
Jacques Thimoléon Stevenson, the Deputy of Petit-Goâve has been elected as the new President of the Chamber of Deputies after Jean Tolbert Alexis, deputy of Croix-des-Bouquets on 15 January 2014. He is a good leader, former President of the pro-Martelly majority bloc PSP and member of many other important office committees. During his tenure in PSP, it had remained constantly supportive to the present administration and it is believed that he will remove many roadblocks on policy implementation by Martelly-Lamothe administration. Yesterday, the Senate President, Simon Dieuseul Desras has renewed his term for a third term by 14/4 votes.
Here is a picture of the new President of the Chamber of Deputiesin Haiti. Jacques Thimoléon Stevenson, deputy of Petit-Goâve was elected to replace Jean Tolbert Alexis, deputy of Croix-des-Bouquets.
He has been the President of the bloc in the Lower House "Parliamentarians for Stability and Progress" (PSP)
Deputy Abel Descollines from Mirebalais-Boucan Carré gave an ultimatum to President Michel Martelly. He declared yesterday that the government must hold election in 2014 and that if he doesn't, he himself will join the opposition against him. After two years of delay, if this does not take place, the government will be forced to resign
Les députés Fritz Gérald Bourjolly et Jean René Lochard se récon
August, 2013 - Deputé Fritz Gérald Bourjolly pran anpil kou nan bouch li, nan yon goumen Ak Depute Jean René Lochard. Rapor Radio Kiskeya di Bouch li pete
This picture shows Members Fritz Gerald Bourjolly and Jean Rene Lochard publicly reconciled after their public fight in the Haitian Parliament
This is a sign that demonstrates that boys will always be boys. The Haitian parliament turned into a boxing range in July 2013 when several Haitian Deputies decided that action is worth more than talking. As you can see in a video, the Haitian deputies forgot all decencies and civility when they decide to at each other in a physical manner.
Is this what we want our children to see. Even more, do we want that as a role model for our children.
We need to pray for Haiti