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Friday, May 17, 2019 ((rezonodwes.com)) – Senators of the presidential majority have sided with their opponents of the opposition on certain points.
In a correspondence addressed to the President of the Senate, with a certified copy to the President of the Republic , Jovenel Moïse, and appointed Prime Minister Jean Michel Lapin, members of the GSEP (Senators Group for Political Balance) group indicated that they would submit to requests for the presentation of a full ministerial cabinet at the ratification session of the Prime Minister's general policy in the Grand Corps.
They also accepted a possible convening of a special presidents' conference to rule on Tuesday night's incidents in which senate Joseph Lambert had struck his South-East colleague, Ricard Pierre.
However, the 12 signatories denounced the excesses and excesses of the four opponents and did not share the idea of making available to their colleagues each minister.
The group of 4 can not take the place of the special commission charged to analyze the documents of the ministers and can not claim the enjoyment of prerogatives legally reserved for the blocks, affirmed the 12 senators, arguing that 'a bloc can not be made up of fewer than five senators'.
GSEP therefore asked President Carl Murat Cantave to take strict measures to facilitate the resumption of the sitting in continuation and to avoid further slippage in the Senate