Saturday, November 5, 2011


(Defend Haiti) -

PORT-AU-PRINCE - President Michel Martelly is real "danger," says pro-Lavalas Senator Moise Jean-Charles (Nord/Inite). The parliamentarian added that the president is an "unstable" leader and accuses him of lying in regards to the BĂ©lizaire case; he "dropped his pants in front of elected officials."

Senator Jean-Charles, one of the more fierce opponents to Michel Martelly called, last Thursday, for the impeachment of President Martelly. Martelly, the former singer is "a danger to Haiti and the Americas," stated the senator of the North during the questioning of the Minister of Justice, Josue Pierre-Louis, and the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Michel Brunache, in the Senate, Saturday, according to Radio Kiskeya .

"Mr. President Martelly is unstable", Jean-Charles declared as he criticized the Head of state for his statement of non-involvement in a illegally-deemed arrest of Deputy Arnel BĂ©lizaire (Delmas & Tabarre/Veye-Yo), October 27th.

Jean-Charles argued a leader who dares to lie to the nation should be impeached. Such a man would be ready to disclaim responsibility for anything that might go wrong later to other political opponents, he added.

The senator states that the National Palace tenant has his daggers drawn with the press, senators, deputies and part of the international community.

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