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8177: New Legislative Elections (fwd)
From: Rémy Perrier <email@example.com>
Electronicly translated by babelfish original article on today's el Nacional
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Monday 04 of June of the 2001
Aristide will summon legislative elections
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica _ Facing international
pressure and the possibility of a regional
isolation, Haitian president Jean Bertrand
Aristide offered to make new elections the next
year, said the Organization of American States
In his inaugural speech of the assembly of the
O.A.S., Secretary General Cesar Gaviria
announced the Sunday that, Aristide has made
the supply in a letter sent to the group.
In return, Aristide requested to him to the
O.A.S. that resumes the foreign attendance. His
government lost million dollars when increasing
itself the local disorders, but Aristide had
refused to before yield the international
exhortations of which it negotiates with the
Aristide also acceded to order the resignation of
seven senators _ all of its group _ that were
chosen in legislative selections questioned by the
observers of the O.A.S. and other international
The supply of Aristide serÃ³ the main point of the program of the organization Monday.
Gaviria indicated in its inaugural speech that serÃ³ necessary to receive some guarantees of the Haitian government.
``Es imperative that president Aristide, as offers in its letter, fulfills the commitment to reduce mandates of the elect legislators in May 2000 and that summons to early selections the incoming year for the assembly and senadÃ³ '. Gaviria remembered in its speech that in the selections last ``los results were manipulated... to calculate the percentage and to determine the benches of senadÃ³ '.
31ra Assembly of the O.A.S. was inaugurated
Sunday at night with the participation of
chancellors and representatives of 34 nations
members and delegations of several observant countries.