The four senators had, on two occasions, loudly expressed their anger against the ministerial cabinet, which in their eyes was unconstitutional.

Continuation of negotiations for ratification

This is an unprecedented situation the head of state has a majority in both houses and can not ratify the general policy of his Prime Minister. During this week, President Jovenel Moïse modified the ministerial cabinet for the second time in order to take into account the demands of part of the majority and four senators of the radical opposition.

The four senators had, on two occasions, loudly expressed their anger against the ministerial cabinet, which in their eyes was unconstitutional.

During this week, political negotiations intensified between parliamentarians on the one hand and between the executive and parliamentarians on the other.

In the lower house, the commission's report analyzes the files of the prime minister and the ministers, and should be ready on May 28, 2019, reveals deputy Alfrdo Antoine. He announced that the majority would send a letter to President Bodeau to demand the holding of the meeting.

The parliamentarian points out that no legal provision prohibits the Chamber of Deputies to seize this process of ratification already underway in the Senate.

Meanwhile at the Grand Corps negotiations to reach an agreement did not succeed. The four senators threaten to resort once again to a demonstration. The reappointment of former ministers, a political practice established for several years, is rejected by the senators of the radical opposition.

Without a government and without a budget, the head of state is sailing in a complex situation marked by the sharp depreciation of the gourd and a sharp rise in insecurity.