Plan to install a new government in Haiti seems to fall apart after rejection by political parties

Plan to install a new government in Haiti seems to fall apart after rejection by political parties

Port-au-Prince, Haiti — A proposal to install new leadership in Haiti seemed to fall apart on Wednesday after some political parties They will reject the plan to create a presidential council to manage the transition.

The group would be in charge of electing an interim prime minister and a council of ministers that would try to chart a new course for the country. Caribbean dominated by gangs. Schools and businesses have had to close because of the violence, and daily life is completely disrupted across the country.

Jean Charles Moisea former senator and presidential candidate who has allied himself with former rebel leader Guy Philippe, held a news conference Wednesday to announce his rejection of the council proposal, supported by the international community.

Moïse insisted that The tripartite presidential council that was recently formed with Philippe and a Haitian judge should be installed.

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