Haiti: Filing of papers next Monday for PMD Laurent Lamothe
- Friday, April 20, 2012 1:13 PM
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (defend.ht)- The Chancellor resigned is expected next Monday in the Lower House. He had not been received Thursday because of a strike observed by the deputies and the incident happened last Wednesday involving the deputy Sejour Robriguez and some police officers who wanted to assault him in the offices of Radio Caraibes.
Meeting in emergency around the incident involving the Member Rodriguez who is part of the commission studying PMD case, the Lower House postponed to Monday, April 23, the filing of documents of Prime Minister-designate, Laurent Lamothe.
The chairs of various permanent committees of the Lower House unanimously condemned "the police mutineers who tried to attack [their] colleague Sejour Rodriguez which was participating in a program broadcast on Radio Caraibes", stated Deputy President Levaillant Louis-Jeune.
Mr. Rodriguez was taken under tight security at a secret location, said Levaillant Louis-Jeune. "The life of the member is in danger", launched the elected from Desdunes.
Sejour Rodriguez is indexed in the shooting to death of Walky Calixte, a traffic officer in National Police of Haiti. The driver of the MP Rodriguez was arrested on the morning of the murder to illegal possession of firearms.
President of the Chamber of Deputies has appealed for calm and urged the leadership of the National Police of Haiti to adopt the necessary measures.
The MP also called on the Haitian justice system to elucidate the causes and circumstances of the murder of policeman of 27 years.
"Meanwhile, he said, the process of analyzing parts of the Prime Minister-designate will be restarted." "As of this afternoon, we will write to Laurent Lamothe for him to file his papers on Monday," said the president of the Lower House.
"We want, he says, that the analysis of the record of Laurent Lamothe is done in the shortest possible time to give the country a new prime minister or to reject this choice."