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iciHaiti - FLASH : OAS in favor of a transition Government
28/01/2016 08:59:04

iciHaiti - FLASH : OAS in favor of a transition Government
Luis Almagro, the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), asked the President of the Permanent Council of the OAS, in a letter dated 25 January 2016, the convening of an extraordinary session of the Permanent Council (which was held Wednesday, January 27) to present an updated "Status Report of the OAS Electoral Observation Mission to Haiti" and that is constituted a transition Government in Haiti to restore political and social stability in the country and then create the conditions for the holding of credible elections.

In this letter revealed Wednesday Almagro wrote "Despite the critical situation Haiti is facing, it is absolutely necessary we contribute to mold a democratic solution out of this conundrum. In that regard, a representative and plural transition government with a pre-established exit date should be constituted. The legitimacy and sustainability of this transition government will be guaranteed with the participation and commitment of all major political and social stakeholders. One of the immediate purposes of this transition government is to restore political and social stability to the country and to build minimum trust between political actors. From this standpoint, the transition government will then need to work on improving conditions to restore the electoral process and authority’s credibility."

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