Three Former Senators Get Jobs as Presidential Advisers
- Terça-feira, 15 de maio, 2012 14:07
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (defend.ht) - President Michel Martelly announced that three of the ten former Senators who have just left Parliament voting in favor for the establishment of the Martelly-Lamothe government, Joseph Lambert, Youri Latortue and Michel Clérié have taken jobs as his political advisers.
This appears to be the reward of three senators who served as allies for the president.
The end of the third mandate of the members of Grand Funk and the new government has finally lifted the veil on the motivation of most former elected officials returned home with mixed results. Rudolph Joazile, yesterday in the Senate, now finds himself at the head of the newly created Ministry of Defense.
A journey without punishment for a "happy servant of the State" which contrasts with the fate of poor Kély Bastien. The dream of another former President of the Senate to embrace him ausssi ministerial career was indeed broken without anyone knows the exact toll of victims.
For the record, we must emphasize that to greet the end of his term, local political opponents of Joseph Lambert had booked him a memorial funeral last week in Jacmel (southeast).