PRESIDENT MARTELLY, ASKS FOR THE CREATION OF AN INDEPENDENT COMMISSION
(Haiti Libre) -
Back from the United States this Thursday, the President Martelly held in the late morning, a press conference at the diplomatic lounge of Toussaint Louverture Airport. On the subject of the Bélizaire case the Head of State declared, "I learned the decisions that were taken quickly by the deputies and senators. I understand them, but I think that [...] asking that ministers resign and make changes, is not a good thing for the country, and it's not going to manage the problem. To manage the problem is to identify the problem and solve it.
Above all, we must seek to understand what is happening, how it happened, and why it happened like that. It is the only way,... so that it does not happen again. That's how we build a country, ... that is how we install a democracy. The road to the rule of law is a road that is long,... a slippery road. It is beautiful, but it is long and what happened, must serve as a lesson to us all [...] That is why, ... to understand what happened, ... so that the government can understand, .... so that the President be able to make good decisions, ....I am asking the Prime Minister to establish an independent commission, and to give me a report on everything that has happened.
Parliament, each deputy and senator is important for democracy [...] For mutual respect, it is necessary that we must shed light on all the events that happened [...] I ask all of those concerned, to calm down and to stand back [...]"