SEN. JEAN-CHARLES AGAINST EFFORTS TO CANCEL INTERPELLATION OF GOVERNMENT MEMBERS
(Defend Haiti) -
PORT-AU-PRINCE - Senator Moïse Jean-Charles (Nord/Inite) reports that political pressures in both the senate and at the executive are working to cancel the hearing of two members of the government who were called to answer for the arrest, ruled illegal, of Deputy Arnel Bélizaire (Delmas & Tabarre/Veye-Yo).
Senators who were absent at the special meeting held this past Friday, October 28 at the Senate of the Republic, are insisting that the names of the Minister of the Interior, Thierry Mayard-Paul and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Laurent Lamothe, are figured on the list of people to call, said Moïse Jean-Charles concurring with them.
According to Jean-Charles who voted for the resolution to interpellate, the cancellation of the meeting is being negotiated with members of the executive and members of parliament.