After having qualified as undemocratic and anti people initialed the agreement, Saturday, February 6, 2016, between the executive and the legislature to ensure governance departure of President Michel Martelly, the Group of Eight presidential candidates (G-8 ) has, in a second statement, called for the statesmanship and dialogue in order to reach a broad consensus to overcome the crisis.
The G-8 states condemn the irresponsible and reckless statements made during a "national assembly" held in violation of the Constitution by improperly elected parliamentarians, he said, stormed the Haitian parliament without waiting the electoral process such qu'exigée by the Constitution in Articles 92.3 and 95, paragraph 2.
"The G-8 will not support any parliamentary coup d'state. With the departure of former President Joseph Michel Martelly, the alleged agreement signed in the margins of the Constitution between the executive and the "legislative" is exhausted. "Did you read in the press.
Regarding the truce requested by the President of the National Assembly, the G-8 considers that it must first passing through the formal recognition by both "parliamentary assemblies" of the existence of an electoral crisis in Haiti and the need to establish a Commission of Inquiry and Verification Electoral loaded to restore the integrity of the election.
This group of eight opposition candidates judge "less noisy" more reasonable and the position expressed by Prime Minister Paul Evans who in an address to the nation on the night of Sunday, February 7, invited the protagonists to take path of dialogue.
"The G-8 reiterated its proposal to end the crisis through the Supreme Court and denounces the unjust and unjustified campaign against the Judiciary by supporters of the parliamentary coup d'state and the servants of the international" a- Do we wrote in the statement. Source: HPNHAITI