Jovenel Moïse prefers to dialogue than to resign
Yesterday Monday Jovenel Moïse rejected any possibility of resignation on his part justifying his position by the need to avoid a chaos that would cause gangs in case of vacancy of the Executive. So he said he is not attached to a mandate but to reforms, considering the current crisis as an opportunity https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-29124-haiti-politic-jovenel-moise-talks-about-turning-the-crisis-into-opportunity.html to carry out reforms aimed at improving the living conditions of the most needy. “The dialogue will allow us to reach a political agreement, we will have a national unity government, this government will have a road map that will allow us to enter a last transition,” he said.
American Flag burned
Sunday, during the demonstration in Cap-Haitien demonstrators set fire to an American flag, the act took place near the town hall by demonstrators demanding the resignation of the President of the Republic. According to protesters, this act reflects their position faced US interference in Haiti’s internal affairs
Visa service closed
The visa department of the French Embassy in Haiti will remain closed on Tuesday 29 October.
Bocchit Edmond congratulates President Alberto Fernández
“Congratulations to Argentina’s President-elect Alberto Fernández,” said Bocchit Edmond, Minister of Foreign Affairs. Alberto Fernández won with 48.1% of the votes against his rival Mauricio Macri, 40.4%