The silent majority on Sunday gave more weight to the numerous denunciations relating to the publication by decree of an imported penal code and that the apprentice-dictator Jovenel Moise is trying by all means to enforce it in Haiti including the real needs for the start of its real development are extremely enormous. Water, electricity, jobs, hospitals, roads, health insurance, justice, security, healthy public administration… and food and drink. Everything is missing in this country where the federation of gangs is encouraged by the government, denounces a former adviser at the National Palace.
Sunday July 26, 2020 ((rezonodwes.com)) – In Port-au-Prince, dozens of thousands of people responded positively on Sunday to the appeal launched by various Protestant sects to come and express their discontent after the publication by decree of a new penal code by the authoritarian regime of President Jovenel Moise.
This penal code publicly denounced in the streets on Sunday, whose provisions are simply equivalent to intellectual and political laziness, according to Youri Latortue, is the work of a small group committed to the cause of the PHTK regime, and is modeled on the French model, a country whose customs and traditions are clearly different from ours. “ We are not going to stop there not until Jovenel Moise hears reason and cancels his decree on the immoral penal code ” declared Pastor Gérald Bataille, one of the many leaders participating in the mega-demonstration Sunday, successful smoothly and without tear gas launches.
“ Nap sòti ankò si Jovenel Moise pa fè bak ” launched several demonstrators who did not have for the first time to be subjected to acts of abuse and reprisals by special units of the police always and blindly obeying the orders of the National Palace. Several leading figures of Protestantism were noticed and their declarations went in the same direction of the leaders of the civil society demanding for almost a month the withdrawal of the penal code of Jovenel Moise, considered immoral.
Other voices which mingled with the shrill cries of the religious circle of Protestants in Haiti, called on Catholic leaders to walk the talk. One of the demonstrators interviewed by Rezo Nòdwès nurtured the desire to see Catholic bishops and priests soon marching in the streets of Port-au-Prince and provincial towns to “ curb the dictatorial impetus of Jovenel Moise able to adopt decrees like the immoral penal code to please his international friends who keep him in power despite his numerous abuses “.
Jovenel Moise will no longer be recognized as President of Haiti after the 7th February 2021
“ We are going to organize a day of reflection between us to agree on the date of February 7, 2021 ” indicated the Reverend Pastor Maxo Joseph specifying that “ we do not let's not go against the demands of the population “.
Note that according to article 134-2 of the amended 1987 Constitution, and without any form of trial, the constitutional mandate of President Jovenel Moise is supposed to begin on February 7, 2016, the year in which the presidential elections were held. location.