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A Brief History

In 1998, the National Assembly of Québec and the Parliament of the Republic of Haiti signed an interparliamentary cooperation agreement (PDF, 834 KB) (in French) creating the Haiti-Québec Interparliamentary Standing Committee. The agreement was renewed on 6 September 2017 in Port-au-Prince.

The Haiti-Québec Interparliamentary Standing Committee brings Members of the National Assembly and Haitian Parliament together, alternating between Québec and Port-au-Prince.

The members of both parliaments discuss subjects of mutual interest such as tourism, the reinforcement of democratic institutions and hydroelectricity.

Mélissa Morin

On August 28, 2022, the Lieutenant-Governor dissolved the National Assembly. The call for an election ended the 42nd Legislature.

When a legislature is dissolved, MNAs, whose terms coincide with the duration of the legislature, cease to hold office. The President and Vice-president stay in office until they are replaced or reappointed by the new Assembly.

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Comité directeur au moment de la dissolution

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