Haiti wakes up without a transitional presidential council

For several days, the Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) have been holding meetings with the three branches of the 21 December Convention to persuade them to reach consensus on electing their representative to the Convention against Torture.

Before Caricom, Charles Tardieu decided to withdraw his candidacy, and the regional organization set a deadline of noon today for the other two parties to unify standards.

Had it not been for the divisions in the December 21 agreement, the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture would have already been formally formed.

The group consists of three branches, and three names were submitted to Caricom to join the CPT: Vickerson Garnier, Lévillent Louis-Jeune, and Charles Tardieu. Le Nouvelleste newspaper reported that the latter decided to withdraw his candidacy.

The Caribbean Community has set a deadline of noon today to reach consensus, potentially excluding the December 21 agreement from the Comprehensive Peace Treaty.

Caricom is trying to form the council before the multinational security support mission is deployed in Haiti.

The European Committee for the Prevention of Torture, once in office, will have to appoint a Prime Minister; Forming the government in coordination with him.

As well as the formation of the Provisional Electoral Council; Formulate additional requirements for regular national security forces to address the international community and establish a National Security Council.

He also signs decrees and orders issued by the Council of Ministers. And the continuation of relations with Kenya within the framework of the International Security Support Mission. The Council enjoys all presidential powers granted by the Constitution.

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