Guy Philippe, former Commissioner of the National Police of Haiti (PNH), best known for his armed uprising against the regime of President Aristide in 2003-2004, and wanted by the DEA for Conspiracy to Import Cocaine, threatens to take up arms against any transitional government that will composed only of people living in Port-au-Prince.
Martelly post-transitional government yes, Guy Philippe said. But a government that will include members from all departments of the Republic, he proposes, in a declaration made over the past weekend, several local radio stations.
Otherwise, warns the candidate for the Senate of the Republic, its armed forces to whom he also publicly call will be remobilized to fight for any transitional government will not consider his proposal.
"The South and Grand'Anse will not agree to receive the order of a transitional government composed only of political snowshoers Port-au-Prince," he argues, before reaffirming his determination to mobilize against, he says, the anarchists of the Haitian capital.
Meanwhile, it should be noted that the Group of Eight presidential candidates (G-8), which is part of the candidate Jude Celestin (LAPEH), qualified for the second round of presidential elections and refuses to take part with them, says -he, the Provisional Electoral Council in place, has already made public his transition government proposal that will fill the departure of President Michel Joseph Martelly, on 7 February.
A mind that Guy Philippe is a former soldier, trained at the Military Academy in Quito in Ecuador, after medical studies interrupted at Port-au-Prince.
In rebellion against President Jean Bertrand Aristide and his regime in 2003-2004, he led the armed troops who had monopolized several regions. What had caused and, with the complicity of the International, the second departure into exile in South Africa, Aristide, remember, 29 February 2004. Source HPNHaiti
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