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Establishment of transitional council in Haiti remains on a standby

Port-au-Prince, Apr 3 (Prensa Latina) The definitive installation of the Haitian Presidential Transition Council (CPT) remains on hold today due to the disagreements and demands of its members, a fact that delays the political reordering of Haiti.

The opposition party Committed to Development (EDE) denounced that the supporters of the former prime minister, Ariel Henry, flatly rejected the installation of the CPT, and named Edmonde Surplice, André Michel, Marjorie Michel and Fils-Aimé Ignace Saint-Fleur as protagonists of that posture.

This group gives 72 hours to publish in the columns of the newspaper “Le Moniteur” the decree on the appointment of the members of that proposed council.

After this deadline, Job Berçon, Saintil Isaac and Robenson Joseph threatened to mobilize EDE supporters and sympathizers to return to the streets to demand the publication of the document.

On the other hand, the head of the Young Progressive Leaders of Haiti party, Werley Nortreus, proposed to the Caribbean Community (Caricom) a Plan B for the political reordering of Haiti, currently mired in chaos.

In a letter addressed to Caricom, Nortreus suggested projects B1 and B2 to seek a response to the current crisis.

Plan B1 urges Haitian citizens to organize simple elections themselves so that they can choose and decide who should be their next President, Prime Minister, and the cabinet that will accompany them in their administration.

As for B2, he calls on the Haitian government and opposition groups to allow new faces to volunteer in the consensus for the transition phase.