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Senate (Le Sénat) of Haiti
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The Senate (Le Sénat) of the Republic is the upper house of the Haitian Parliament commonly called the Grand Corps. It was established by the Constitution of 1806 which gave him the status of a powerful body appropriating some executive powers. The president is reduced to a mere servant. This appropriation may explain Henri Christophe's decision not to accept the presidential nomination in the words of the constitution of 1806. History tells us that the first Senate was composed of 24 members. According to the 1987 constitution in force, the Senate is a body composed of members elected by direct suffrage by the citizens and charged with exercising on their behalf, together with the Chamber of Deputies, the powers of the legislative branch. It has 30 councilors, three geographic department. The constitution establishes the terms of senators says the different responsibilities of the Senate, defines the conditions to be elected senator and noted that the Senate permanently. The rules this structure, the organization of the Grand Corps and the daily activities of the Senator.

Members of Senate
Member's Name Departement Political Party
Jean Hector Anacacis Ouest LESPWA
Kély Bastien Nord LESPWA
Evalière Beauplan Nord'Ouest PONT
Edmonde Beauzile Supplice Centre FUSION
Steven Irvenson Benoit Ouest ALTENATIV
Jean Baptiste Bien-Aime Nord Est INITE
Yvon Buissereth Sud LAVALAS
Lebon Fritz Carlos Sud INITE
Nènel Cassy Nippes LESPWA
Michel Clerié Grand'Anse FUSION
Francisco Delacruz Centre ALTENATIV
Simon Dieuseul Desras Centre LAVNI
Pierre Franky Exius Sud LESPWA
Melius Hyppolite Nord'Ouest OPL
Jean Willy Jean Baptiste Artibonite A.A.A
Jean William Jeanty Nippes KONBA
Jean Rodolphe Joazile Nord'Est FUSION
Joseph Joël John Ouest LESPWA
François Anick Joseph Artibonite ALTENATIV
Joseph Lambert Sud'Est LESPWA
Wencesclass Lambert Sud'Est LESPWA
Youri Latortue Artibonite A.A.A
Jean-Charles Moise Nord LESPWA
Lucien Derex Pierre-Louis Nord'Est LESPWA
Westner Polycarpe Nord ALTENATIV
Jocelerme Privert Nippes INITE
Andris Riche Grand Anse ALTENATIV
Jean Maxime Roumer Grand'Anse LESPWA
Lucas François Sainvil Nord'Ouest INITE
Edwin Zenny Sud'Est INITE
source: http://www.parlementhaitien.ht/
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