Here is a picture of the new Prime Minister Designee, Bernard H. Gousse.
Bernard Honorat Gousse was born and raised in Port-au-Prince. He graduated from the Haitian State University School of Law and Economic Science in 1981
He is a former Haiti's interim justice minister under Gerard Latortue
After the Coup D'Etat of 1992, Mr. Jean-Jacques Honorat was named prime minister of Haiti. The Military government at the time thought that by having Jean-Jacques Honorat in the position of Prime Minister, it would help the de facto government gain some international recognition. This did not happen. Other stated that he did not have enough time to work on the diplomatic front.
Jean-Jacques Honorat was removed from the position by the military-backed government in June 1992 as he was unable to convince the international community to lift sanctions against Haiti
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.
Breaking News. We just learned that a new interim Prime Minister has been designated.
Former Health minister, Florence Duperval Guillaume became interim prime minister on Sunday December 21, 2014. She will replace Laurent Lamothe.
Based on the guideline set by the Haitian constitution, Ms. Duperval Guillaume can only hold this interim Prime Minister position for up to 30 days. A permanent has to be designated and confirmed within that period
Haiti's interim Prime Minister, Florence Duperval Guillaume, began her governmental career in 2011 when she was named Minister of Health. Within that role, she earned the regard of aid agencies around the world, and made it her mandate to try and reach the 40% of the country that didn't have basic health care, which she outlined as her biggest challenge. The role of Acting Prime Minister is sanctioned under the Haitian Constitution for no more than 30 days, after which parliament must choose a permanent Prime Minister for the embattled country.
Here is Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe with two two young children.
Prime Minister Lamothe Accomplished and Energetic
Former Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe was born August 14, 1972 in Port-au-Prince, member of a cultured and educated family. After completing his basic education in Haiti, he earned a political science degree in Miami at Barry University (1996). He continued on to graduate school at Miami's Saint Thomas University and achieved his master's in business management.
After completing his studies he launched Global Voice Group, a telecommunications company, which has achieved international prominence as a foremost provider of technological solutions. His contributions to the telecommunications industry soon earned him a nomination in an entrepreneur-of- the-year category.
Born in Cavaillon, Haiti, Mr. Yvon Neptune was a candidate for the 2010 Haiti presidential election. He was appointed as prime minister under President Jean Bertrand Aristide. Neptune also served as speaker of the house.
On March 27, 2004, the provisional government banned Yvon Neptune from leaving Haiti along with 36 other senior officials of the Aristide administration, in order to more easily investigate corruption allegations. He then turned himself in on June 2004 and was held in detention withou. any charge.
This is the former Prime Minister of Haiti, Robert Malval.
He was born on July 11, 1943 in Port-au-Prince and became prime minister from August 30, 1993 to November 8, 1994.
Robert Malval is an industrialist and business leader who was appointed Prime Minister by former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. He was not able to govern as he was appointed Prime minister in the objective to solve a crisis at the time between the Army-backed presidency of Emile Jonassaint and Jean Bertrand Aristide. Robert Malval was not successful and was obligated to resign after a short period of time
Here is a picture of former Haitian Prime Minister, Jean Marie Chérestal. He was Prime Minister of Haïti From March 2, 2001 To January 21, 2002.
Haiti's 10th Prime Minister served for just ten months before the controversy became publicly known and his continuance as Prime Minister was moot. The decline of the country's economy during his tenure was the main reason for his short administration. There were also accusations that Chérestal had mismanaged the economy
Here is a picture of Martial Lavaud Célestin who was
Prime Minister of Haïti under the presidency of President Leslie Manigat. Lavaud Martial Celestin was born in Ganthier October 4, 1913 and studied Law and Economics at the Faculty of Must de Paris. On 9 February 1988, the President Leslie F. Manigat selected him as prime minister until the government was overthrown by a coup
Here is a picture of Mr. Rosny Smarth, Prime Minister of Haiti From February 27, 1996 To June 9, 1997
He was born on October 19, 1940 and became Prime Minister for short period of time. One thing that was very noticeable about Rosny Smarth was that he resigned from his position, leaving the post vacant for nearly two years.
He studied at the University of Port-au-Prince, then received a degree in agronomy at the University of Santiago de Chile . Smarth was appointed director of the Chilean Institute for Agricultural Development in 1967, then became the Lavalas Political Organization. Rosny Smarth was appointed Prime Minister of Haiti on 27 February 1996 to 9 June 1997