MIXED COMMISSION SENDS CONSTITUTION TO NATIONAL PALACE
(Defend Haiti) -
PORT-AU-PRINCE - The President of the Chamber of Deputies, Sorel Jacinthe (Moron Chamberllan/Inite) was on route to the National Palace on Sunday to deliver the corrected and signed Consitution to the President of the Republic, as was accepted by the 49th Legislature in May.
The Vice-President of the National Assembly, Jacinthe said Thursday the amended and signed Constitution was sent to the National Palace, but upon leaving the capital to return to his home in Grand Anse, he was called by the President of the Republic who told him that there were vague of inconsistent areas in the text and asked for another review and another set of signatures.
Jacinthe said the mixed commission of parliamentarians, political actors and members of civil society were reconvened to review the text once more.
Over the weekend the President of the Senate and himself, as well as the four secretaries of the National Assembly offices reviewed and signed the document, page by page; signing each page and saying that the document will be on the president's desk on Monday.
Jacinthe said that by Tuesday, the President of the Republic should send the document to the National Press to be published in Le Moniteur.