Haiti's parliament rejects pick for prime minister
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Haiti's parliament has rejected President Michel Martelly's pick for prime minister.
The lower-level Chamber of Deputies overwhelmingly rejected Daniel-Gerard Rouzier as Haiti's new prime minister Tuesday.
Forty-two deputies voted against Rouzier as prime minister while 19 voted in favor. Three deputies abstained.
Martelly has been in office for a month. He will be forced to pick a new prime minister.