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Here is a picture of two former Prime Ministers Laurent Lamothe and Evans Paul. They were hit with travel ban along with 13 Ministers in the Michel Martelly government
As per the news report dated June 2, 2016, by order of Prosecutor Danton Leger, nine former Haitian electoral officials and 11 Cabinet ministers of former President Michel Martelly's administration have been forbidden to leave the country. The order came from the new Government Commissioner of Port-au-Prince Danton Leger, shortly after the release of Verification Commission's report recommending October's presidential first-round election conducted by the former Martelly administration should be "restart from zero" -- because, it was marred by serious irregularities, grave inconsistencies, and massive fraud; only 9% of the total vote cast has been found to be valid. The violation of the Act and commitment of fraud was masterminded at a "high level". The names of two Prime Ministers of Martelly administration Laurent Lamothe and Evans Paul were found on the lists, forbidden to leave the country. As per Justice Minister Camille Junior Edouard, the interim government had nothing to do with the prosecutor's decision. Prosecutor Leger did not respond to a request for comment.
Here is a picture of Former Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe submitted documents to the Senate for ratification.
In March 2012, Laurent Lamothe, then Minister of Foreign Affairs and Religious Affairs, following his resignation from the ministry, and as a Prime Minister-designate, submitted his documents to a Special Commission in the Senate of the Republic to facilitate the inquiry on the nationality of the members of the Government. Some of his critics had alleged that Lamothe had not paid his taxes and he did not fulfill the residential status in Haiti to become eligible for Prime Minister. In a letter to Simon Dieuseul Desras, the President of the Senate, Lamothe stated that he had submitted 14 documents in connection with the ratification of a Prime Minister. The documents were: 3 Birth Certificates (self, parents and grandparents; Copy of National Identity Card (CIN); Copy of his tax registration card (NIF); Proof of residence for last 5 years issued by the Municipality concerned; Copy of a title or certificate of practice of a profession or industry in Haiti; Tax clearance (final statement of taxation); Police record issued by the Central Directorate of Judicial Police (DCPJ) / Courthouse; Curriculum vitae; All valid and expired passports used during his trips abroad; Haitian nationality certificate issued by the Directorate of Immigration and Emigration; Proof of abandonment of all activities incompatible with the position of Prime Minister; and all other necessary documents not listed in this list.
Here is a picture of Jocelerme Privert and Laurent Lamothe.
The installation of Privert as an interim president was an unprecedented event; it happened without any protocol. Nobody was sure about the identity with which Privert was present then in the Assembly, whether he was there as a senator, or a candidate or the President of the Assembly.
Jocelerme Privert was an adviser to former President René Préval. With his expertise and contribution on Haiti's most important relationship with Venezuela, he earned a nickname "Mr. PetroCaribe". His proficiency on tax systems and profound understanding of the State administration, stand both on academic knowledge and great practical experience. However, he does not possess good knowledge of the laws. On April 4, 2004, Privert was falsely accused of involvement in the La Scierie massacre in Saint-Marc and was imprisoned for 26 months, but quietly, he has been able to remake his image.
With his new responsibility, Privert's main challenge will be to find a consensus on the aspiring participants, because most of the opposition political parties are demanding complete cancellation of the October 25, 2015 election. They are not even happy with his selection. He has to find out a consensus prime minister and government who will need to help him constitute a credible nine-member electoral council.
Privert has taken took oath as the provisional President of Haiti on the night of February 13 to 14, 2016, and has promised that he will do his best to conduct the new election as soon as possible.
Mèsi paske ou te mande men Ansyen Premye Minis ayisyen Laurent Lamothe anfòm. Li si tèlman anfòm ke li jis louvri yon lòt konpayi. Se yon òganizasyon ki nonmen "Laurent Salvador Lamothe Inisyativ Mondyal" (LSLWI) ak objektif pou ede peyi émergentes yo ak gouvènman yo nan tout mond lan pou yo reyisi sosyalman ak ekonomikman. LSLWI ki se yon òganizasyon konsiltasyon ap ede gouvènman sa yo rezoud pwoblèm pwòp yo, epi founi yo bon solisyon pou sitiyasyon espesifik yo.
An konklizyon, sèvis sa yo ke ansyen Premye Minis Laurent Lamothe pa te kapab bay gouvènman ayisyen an, li pral eseye bay lòt moun ki ka konprann valè yo
New consulting firm by Laurent Lamothe to help Government all over the world
Thank you for asking but Former Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe is doing just fine. He is currently doing so well that he just opened another company. It is an organization named "The Laurent Salvador Lamothe World Initiative" (LSLWI) with the objective to help emerging countries and their governments all over the world to succeed socially and economically. LSLWI which is a consulting organization will help these governments solve their own problems and provide them with adequate solutions for their specific situation.
In conclusion, the services that former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe was unable to the Haitian government, he will attempt to provide it to others who may understand its value
This famous quote " TOUT MOUN JWENN" was stated by Haitian Senator Jean Hector ANACACIS in a Radio Station in the Haitian Capital. According to the Senator, Laurent Lamothe paid all members of the Legislative branch in order to receive a favorable vote to become Prime Minister of Haiti.
Prior to the vote to ratify Laurent Lamothe as Prime Minister, many members of both houses took the position that they would not vote to ratify this nomination on the ground that Lamothe was not qualified to become Prime Minister. many cited that he did not meet the citizenship and residency requirement. However, the actual vote reflected something totally different than those prior positions
Following the votes, Senator Jean Hector ANACACIS admitted that all members of the legislative branch were given money or they receive favors in order to vote for the nomination of Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe. In another way, according to the Senator of West" TOUT MOUN JWENN", or everyone received something for their vote. Some rumors estimated that Laurent Lamothe gave each senator $400,000 us, while others had friends and relatives nominated in various position in the Haitian diplomacy.
The CEP ruled Lamothe lacked the required discharge document in order to run as a candidate in the next presidential election in Haiti
On June 3rd, the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) has announced its decision to bar the presidential candidacy of the former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe on the ground that he lacked required discharge which he was required to submit under the electoral law to affirm that that he did not misused any government funds. However, the fact is that Lamothe could not provide that 'discharge' due to a defunct parliament and President Martelly has announced that he would not grant discharges for anyone by decree. Lamothe has always maintained that he should be allowed to run without a discharge by the CSCCA, because independent auditors have cleared him of financial mismanagement. The decision of CEP appears to be unfairly discriminatory because there are other candidates like Lamothe, who were never called for to submit any 'discharge' (for example, Thierry Mayard-Paul, Duly Brutus and Mario Andersol), but were allowed to proceed for the contest.
President Michel Martelly found himself in a complicated situation as many in the political environment is looking on whether or not he will issue a Decree of Discharge for his friend former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe
President Martelly cannot wait longer. He must decide and act before the deadline for registering nomination arrives. So far there is a long list of former Senators, Deputies and others who have managed public funds, and have been qualified to contest. There is a mandate in the Haitian election law that restricts Lamothe from contesting for the moment and that goes as----" to be elected as a President, a candidate must have been discharged of responsibilities if previously handling public funds." The Superior Court of Audits and Administrative Disputes (CSCCA) has noticed many anomalies in the files of former prime ministers Jean-Max Bellerive and Laurent Lamothe. Thus, Martelly has to make the decision whether to issue decrees so that his friend, former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe get "discharge" and can run for the Presidency. But the task is now many times harder than before.
President Michel Michel Martelly has agreed with all the recommendations made by the Commission, including the resignation of his Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe
President Martelly has followed the recommendations of a special commission, and asked Prime Minister Lamothe for his resignation. With Lamothe's resignation, Martelly hopes to end a protracted political fight thwarting elections.
Everyone is confused about when a new Prime Minister can be installed, but it needs to happen before January 12th, or else Martelly rules by decree.
The opposition is worried Martelly will operate a dictatorship, so he can control presidential elections in 2015.
This is Supermodel Petra Nemcova and Haiti Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe.
The reaction is already mounting for the decision of the Haitian Prime Minister not to look inside of his country to find his mate. Some Haitian women are angry for the fact that the Haitian Head of Government would choose a girlfriend from a country that many Haitians are not even familiar with and not of the Haitian culture.
The Minister charged to manage relations between the Parliament and Executive, Ralph Theano was ordered to leave the Chamber by President Jean Tholbert Alexis. This was the result of problems between the Minister and some members of PRI, a block in opposition to the government at the Chamber of Deputy.
Minister Ralph insisted that the security agents did not take him out of the Haitian Parliament and that he voluntarily left the building