an editorial note
Saturday May 23, 2020 ((rezonodwes.com)) – The DG of the PNH, Rameau Normil, appointed under the conditions that we know, received preferential treatment from the part of a de facto government and a president decried and denounced of corruption, and could not hope better than to continue to enjoy the advantages of being the number One of the police officers without ever trying to manage those. Moreover, the National Palace which placed the orders of the ten “improved” armored vehicles on behalf of the PNH, itself manages them and uses them to subdue the demonstrators, in particular.
Rameau Normil who truly believed the DG of the PNH, the only master on board forgetting that President Jovenel Moise does not make gifts, saw during this past week his authority called into question. He was refused follow-up to order execution. Did Normil take care to contact his CSPN superiors before making any transfers? Was he betrayed by the de facto PM who promised to bow down before the decisions of President Jovenel Moise?
The National Palace gave a counter-order when it was decided within the general management of the PNH to transfer a senior executive from one post to that of Commissioner of the arrondissement of Delmas. The installation takes place, however, for ulterior and unspeakable reasons, the farewells of the transferred employee were only of short duration. We do not touch the rare skills of Jovenel Moise. Remember that anti-government demonstrations, to reach Pétion-Ville, the forbidden city that hides the 9 residents of the CEP, paid handsomely without doing anything, inexorably pass through the town of Delmas…
not all. DG ai, who will soon be in his twelfth month of appointment, a breach of the Constitution, has made a new decision, and this second, reported in less than a week, is swept away with the back of his hand.
Rezo Nòdwès who contacted Friday a senior officer of the police institution, had for any answer to the following question:
RN: DG Rameau Normil as the copy of this letter indicates, proceeded to the transfer of the Commissioner Boyer, but some time after the installation ceremonies of it, the National Palace demanded that Commissioner Gospel remain stationed in Delmas, could you invalidate or confirm for us if it is a rumor [
PNH framework: This file does not interest me, but map follow li closely .
Could we from this dry answer deduce the existence of discomfort and lack of coordination between the Executive f and the highest level of competence of the police institution. All this would not have happened if Rameau Normil had the mandate of a Parliament after having been duly appointed, according to the rules, by a legitimate, legal and constitutional Prime Minister. Faced with these little games of interest, the nation is growing pale.