BELIZAIRE: THE EVOLUTION OF THE POLITICAL CRISIS DEPENDS ON 9 DEPUTIES
(Haiti Libre) -
The Monitoring Committee of the Belizaire Case, created recently by the Chamber of Deputies has the power to end the political crisis that has poisoned relations between the executive and the parliament, or plunge the country into a crisis even more deep which could jeopardize the peace and social reconstruction of the country...
Composed of nine members from different political blocs: Benoît Laguerre, Lubern Pierre, Jean Tolbert Alexis, Worins Périlus, Poly Faustin, Gros-nègre Accilus, Jean Romelus Lisma, Jean Danton Léger and Guerda Benjamin, this Commission, charged to shed light on the events related to the arrest of Deputy Bélizaire has the choice to decide to close the case, to challenge other members of the government in accordance with Article 129 of the Constitution , or to indict the Chief of State, according to Article 186 of the Constitution. The latter choice could undoubtedly not only amplify the crisis, but also provoke strong uncontrollable reactions from a population whose patience has reached its limits, and who claim the lifting of immunity of deputy Bélizaire, so that justice may rule on the situation of the elected.
The parliamentary work in the lower House will resume on Monday, January 9, 2012.