End of the mandate of senators: Former deputy Myriam Amilcar advocates a reasonable agreement on the future of the country

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The mandate of the 10 senators in office will end on the second Monday of January 2023. These senators, who are co-owners of the national sovereignty, will leave and leave the national boat to Prime Minister Ariel Henry. What will be the future of Haiti after this fateful date? Questions the former deputy of the constituency of Saint-Michel de l’Attalaye, Myriam Amilcar, who says that he sees an opportunity for Prime Minister Ariel Henry to engage in serious discussions in order to find a reasonable agreement with members of civil society, the political class and the private business sector to get the country out of the quagmire.

In view of the multidimensional crisis that is currently raging in Haiti, the former representative of the constituency of Saint-Michel de l’Attalaye, Myriam Amilcar advocates a political, social and economic agreement for the next 25 years by first adopting measures to strengthen the capacity of the state to fulfill its regalian functions in order to prevent the country from experiencing repeated constitutional voids.

The government must take measures to “fight corruption, smuggling and impunity; work to strengthen the judicial system in order to guarantee respect for human rights” among other points that must be put forward to ensure the management of the country for the next 25 years, pleads Myriam Amilcar.

“We must put our egos aside to plan the future of the country for the next twenty-five years,” said Myriam Amilcar, who calls on the protagonists to engage in negotiations to address the multidimensional crisis and support a Haitian-led solution.
After the date of the second Monday of January 2023, which will mark the end of the mandate of the senators, Prime Minister Ariel Henry will have the national boat to himself, that is why he must take concrete actions in the interest of the nation, demands the former parliamentarian.

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