New promises from Washington, but the same policies on Haiti as the expiration of the term for a new government is here


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Haiti’s designated Primary Minister Ariel Henry gestures during his appointment ceremony in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday, July 20, 2021, months immediately after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise, whose expression finished in Feb. 7. (AP Image/Joseph Odelyn)


The Biden Administration’s promise that it will no for a longer period decide on “winners and losers” in Haiti could confront a sincerity test on Monday.

The U.S. has picked Haiti’s recent “winners” by way of its ten years-extensive propping up of the repressive, corrupt ruling celebration, Pati Ayisyen Tèt Kale (PHTK).

But a civil modern society initiative to replace the PHTK with a transitional governing administration on Feb. 7 – the expiration of the phrase of assassinated President Jovenel Moïse,

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