Haiti, Wednesday March
– President Jovenel Moses is looking for a prime minister, after Jean
Henry Céant and his Cabinet were just over six months after coming to
The Lower Chamber of Deputies fired Prime Minister Jean-Henry Céant and his 21-member government in a no-confidence vote on Monday.
In the vote
censorship the government, 93 Deputies voted in favor and six against. There were
Neither Céant nor any
of his minsters were present for the vote. When it was taking place, the premium
where was he summoned to answer
questions about five Americans who had been arrested with an arsenal of illegal
in Haiti but then released at the request of the US government. Tea
hearing was postponed because of failure to quorum
Following his firing,
Céant, who will remain in place as a caretaker prime minister along with
his caretaker government until his successor is chosen, said the move was “unacceptable”.
“The decision is
Caitant had been appointed by President Moïse in August 2018 to succeed Jack Guy Lafontant, who is resigned to the economic crisis.
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