Here is a picture of Roro Nelson who is a fugitive wanted by Government Commissioner Danton Leger.
Ronald Nelson, alias Roro Nelson, a close associate of former President Martelly was summoned by the Government Commissioner of Port-au-Prince on April 11, 2016 to appear before the court on April 15, 2016. Since he did not respond to the charges of theft, extortion, and embezzlement of state fund, an arrest warrant was issued against him on Thursday, April 14. During the Martelly regime, he captured properties of more than 50 expatriates. Now, he is a fugitive from Haitian justice. A travel ban has been issued against him. Recently, the Government Commissioner Danton Leger was shocked to see Roro on television performing with former President Michel Martelly in a Haitian musical event in Miami, Florida. Leger is planning to take the help of INTERPOL to arrest him and bring him to justice.
Here is the picture of Jean Danton Leger, the new Government Commissioner of Port-au-Prince
Since his installation as the new Government Commissioner of Port-au-Prince, his several statements have reaffirmed his determination to fulfill his mission under the law, impartially. However, in the first week of April, the new departure prohibition against man Marc Antoine Acra (drugs were found in his cargo of sugar), the CEO of NABATCO (National Bag and Trading Company), as well as that against the Director of the National Port Authority Alix Célestin made a great noise, because in Haiti, initial ban was arbitrary and illegal and a government commissioner or an investigating judge is not empowered to set a prohibition against a defendant. Danton's move, as per some political and economic analysts, gives the impression of a modern day Sheriff who is not ready to stop ever.
Here is the new Commission of electoral evaluation which was finally installed
On December 22, 2015, at the Hotel Kinam in Petionville, Prime Minister Evans Paul initiated the installation of five members Electoral Evaluation Commission. The commission would assess and advice on the conditions of the country's remaining presidential electoral process scheduled to be held on January 17, 2016. The members of the commission are: Mgr Patrick Aris, the Mambo Euvonie Georges Auguste, the Pastor Armand Louis, Rosny Desroches and Me Gédéon Jean. Since the election has been deferred and some of the members of the commission and their political platforms were reluctant to participate, the commission has been reorganized. The earlier members of the commissions Joseph Emmanuel Charlemagne and Anthony Pascal have been replaced by Me Gédéon Jean (representing the human rights sector) and the Pastor Louis Armand (representing the Protestant Church). The commission's reporting period has been extended to 8 days (from December 22nd) from earlier 3 days.
Here is a picture of Carvez Jean who was sworn in, as new Government Commissioner at the Court of Appeals
On Monday, April 20, 2015, the judge Carvez Jean was sworn in by Judge Durin Duret Junior, assisted by two judges Dufresne Guillaume and Marie Jocelyne Casimir, as the new Government Commissioner at the Court of Appeals of Port-au-Prince. The new Commissioner will replace the retiring Government Commissioner Raphael Jean-Baptiste. Judge Carvez Jean started his career as a judge of Peace in Saint-Marc then Miragoâne and Petionville and then became the Deputy Government Commissioner near the TPI of Saint-Marc and Port-au-Prince and had acted as a substitute Government Commissioner at the Court of Appeal of Port-au-Prince. He was welcomed by Mr. Frantz Poteau, the Representative of the Public Ministry. During the occasion, many stakeholders present in the ceremony mentioned Mr. Jean's glorious twenty years of service in the Haitian judiciary. Judge Durin Duret Junior expressed his hope that judge Jeans would once again bring honor to the judiciary system with his new responsibility. Judge Carves Jean had promised to honor the responsibility entrusted upon him.
Minister of Justice, Jean Renel Sanon, appointed Francisco René the new Port-au-Prince Chief Prosecutor despite protest by Carlos Hercules, Law Societies President.
Hercules points out René is unfit to serve as Chief Prosecutor because every government post he has held scandal has followed him. The Haitian Bar Association has tried to disbar him without success.
Hercules mailed Sanon, stating his objections to Francisco Rene's appointment. Sanon says he will uphold René's appointment because he "brings order and I appreciate his work."
As the heads start rolling as a result of the arrest of Deputy Arnel Belizaire, Government Prosecutor Félix Léger became first casualty.
Government Prosecutor Félix Léger was accused of ordering the arrest of a seating official of the Haitian government.
The decision of the Justice Minister to dismiss Government Prosecutor Félix Léger was done with the objective to decrease the the crisis that has been top story for the past several weeks in Haiti.
Is this decision to fire Government Prosecutor Félix Léger likely to solve the issue around Deputy Arnel Belizaire?
As chief prosecutor of corruption on a country filled with corruption like Haiti, Claudy Toussaint has been the the top cop since his return from exile. He was able to take on big businesses, wealthy individuals, and gangs
All came to an end recently.
The decision of Claudy Gassant to leave his position came after a week following an incident with Joseph Manes Louis of the Parquet of Port-au-Prince. His friend was let go for insubordination. Mr. Gassant finally gave stepped down in August 2008
A new authority is in town. The new Government Commissioner of Haiti, Me René Francisco, started this new job in August, 2013 and immediately, the controversies followed him.
Many people in the Haitian society estimated that Me René Francisco takes control of the prosecutor of Port-au-Prince to help the government of Michel Martelly to start a repressive machinery against the opposition.
Me Francisco René replaced Me Lucmane Delille in office since October 30, 2012 as the new Prosecutor of Port-au-Prince. the appointment was made by Jean Renel Sanon, the Minister of Justice.
This position of Government Commissioner has recently become one with the highest turnover rate in this government. Me Francisco René became the 9th Commissioner of Government under the government of Martelly. Prior to him, we can recall: Me Lucmane Délille, Me Jean-Claude Dabrésil, Me Elco Saint-Amant, Renel Sénatus, Harrycidas Auguste, Sonel Jean François, Félix Léger, Lionel Constant Bourgouin