Delegates and Vice Presidents

Delegates and Vice Presidents

- Constitution of Haiti

Delegates and Vice Presidents

Section E
Delegates and Vice Presidents
Article 85:

In each Departmental Capital, the Executive Branch appoints a Representative, who bears the title of Delegate. A Vice Delegate placed under the authority of the Delegate is also appointed in each Arrondissement Capital.

Article 86:

Delegates and Vice Delegates ensure coordination and control of public services and exercise no repressive police function.

Other duties of delegates and Vice Delegates are determined by law.

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