After several years of litigation and procrastination, the three branches of government have finally understood the need to make a pact while looking into his eyes to find a solution to the political crisis that plagues the country. At the National Palace Monday, December 29, 2014, Michel Martelly, Me Anel Alexis Joseph, Simon Desras Dieuseul and Stevenson Jacques Timoleon signed a tripartite agreement that guarantees, among others, the existence of Parliament after 12 January 2015, voting on amendments to the electoral law, the formation of a CEP in the spirit of Article 289 of the Constitution ...
"In the second Monday of January 2015, parliamentarians whose term continues will continue to serve until complete four years for deputies or 24 April 2015 and six full years for senators, until September 9 2015, through this clause to be enshrined in the electoral law before 12 January 2015. if the election for their replacements take place before the dates thereof, their term will expire at the inauguration of the newly elected "according the fifth clause of this tripartite agreement signed between the executive, judicial and legislative.
Once voted and passed amendments emphasizes the sixth clause, the head of state will ensure publication, in accordance with the Constitution, no later than 12 January 2015.
In the third clause, the president finally agreed that the group of six senators in opposition has long demanded. "The head of state reconstructs the Provisional Electoral Council on the basis of the spirit of Article 289 of the Constitution to hold the next parliamentary and local elections."
"The deadlines for various formalities will be exceptionally low in the transitional provisions of the Electoral Act to enable the realization of the parliamentary elections of 2015 at the earliest; the Provisional Electoral Council to commit to organize these elections in a period not exceeding one hundred and twenty (120) days from the date of installation planned for January 2015, "says the fourth clause.
According to the first clause, "The head of state appoints the Prime Minister after consultation with the President of the Senate and of the Chamber of Deputies. A consensus government will be formed with the participation of political opposition sectors of Haitian figures known for their patriotism, civic sense, uprightness and integrity, able to inspire confidence in all political actors in general and those participating in the electoral process in particular. »
Then, as is the second clause, the Head of State, pursuant to Articles 101 and 105 of the Constitution, the legislature convenes in extraordinary for: vote on the amendments to the electoral law before January 12, 2015 ; ratify the policy statement of the government of consensus from the negotiations before 12 January 2015; while amending budget vote; ratifying the treaties and international agreements and vote all the bills mentioned in the convening menu, including the bill creating and organizing the National Education Fund; analyze and verify reports of the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes (CSC / CA) of all great servants of the State requesting discharge management in Parliament; and finally express and declare the need to contribute to a constitutional amendment.
Since they do not trust the executive represented by the President Michel Martelly, the court by Me Anel Alexis Joseph and the legislature by Senator Simon Desras Dieuseul and Stevenson MP Jacques Timoleon create a seventh clause saying "Failure compliance with any provision contained in this Agreement invalidates with all legal consequences. The President of the Republic, Head of State, will ensure the stability of institutions, will ensure the functioning of public authorities and the continuity of the state, according to the Constitution. »
Before arriving at these seven clauses, officials of the three branches of government have indicated that they are motivated by the desire to make every effort to ensure confidence in institutions by ensuring their proper functioning, in order and discipline and respect for the Constitution and laws of the Republic.
They say they recognize that the current political situation has caused repeated delays in the organization of elections for the renewal of mandates come to an end of the elected local authorities, the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate of the Republic, following the wishes of Articles 63, 66, 68, 90.1, 92, 92.1, 92.3, 94.2, 95, 95.3 of the Constitution and consider that politicians may use agreements or pacts to bring the country any possible economic crisis;
"This agreement will be signed, sealed by the parties and published in a special issue of the Official Gazette of the Republic, Le Moniteur, to be run by the signatories, each regarding the" concludes the document.