\”The elections will take place this year and my government will provide the means to support the work of the electoral council, \” said Lamothe.
\”This will allow us to move forward on the path of democracy which this government believes in,\” he advised.
Many feared the worst in Haiti because of allegations that a major political crisis would result from a failure by the Martelly – Lamothe government to find a political consensus to facilitate the holding of such important elections.
In an address to Parliament on Monday, Martelly, also promised that the ballot will be held this year to elect one-third of the 30-member Senate and hundreds of entities of local governance. via – Caribbean360