(Google Translate) The G8 spokesman, Samuel Madistin, has reacted to the Senate candidate Guy Philippe, who has called for rebellion against an eventual transitional government. The two men are engaged in a clash with no thank you when they pass the issuance Panel Magik Monday morning.
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The soundtrack went viral on social networks, elapsed weekend. Guy Philippe, a former paramilitary leader who rebelled against the administration of President Jean Bertrand Aristide, called the South and Grand'Anse to revolt against the "anarchists of the Republic of Port-au-Prince," which want to get power in a transitional government. The candidate admitted to the second round of Senate for Grand'Anse admits that the elections of 9 August and 25 October are tainted with "some irregularities". However, he notes, in a rule of law requires that the law prevails.
"By law, we have to replace a president if and only if he resigned or is physically or mentally unable to perform his duties. And we are not in front of such cases, "he says. Further, the former rebel sees this potential transitional government a way for "racketeers" of Port-au-Prince to trade positions.
Asked to react to the remarks of the enfant terrible of Pestel, Mr. Samuel Madistin swept everything a backhand. "I listened to the statements by Guy Philippe. I think that Haiti is the only country in the world where a drug dealer can speak so loud, "he asserts, stressing the need to contribute in order to build a state" moral ". Samuel Madistin does not digest the idea that a drug dealer is a candidate to the Senate of the Republic.
"It is sickening that a drug dealer can be a candidate for parliament or the Senate. Or whether President of the National Assembly and hunted by the DEA, as was the case in time. Whenever this happens, it is the reputation of the country that is affected, "Me Madistin storm.
Later, the presidential candidate of MOPOD indicates that the statements of Guy Philippe can not prevent the masses to pursue their struggle. "The middle class fight against the economic oligarchy and the traditional strengths of the international who get together for exclures of political decisions. If someone joins the oligarchy and the international mafia to replace the popular vote by anti-democratic direction, it will fail, "he warned, adding that he is not surprised declarations Guy Philippe.
In response to the remarks of Mr. Samuel Madistin Guy Philipe dismissed the charges of the lawyer and denied his legal qualities. "How can a lawyer make such a claim without trial? "If he asks. Regimbeur as only he, Guy Philippe said keeping his statements. "To get the power you have to go through elections. Only the people who give the power. The South and Grand'Anse only will recognize any illegitimate government, "warns Guy Philippe. Source: Le Nouvelliste
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