The ceasefire by the Haitian government ended yesterday

On Thursday, Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry argued the need to create a stable environment for holding elections in a country where the socio-political crisis has worsened since the July 7 assassination of President Jovnell Moyes.

In a speech at the 218th anniversary commemoration, Henry said, “I would like to emphasize today the need to maintain a stable political environment to move our country on the path of sustainable development for the next elections (which will be postponed indefinitely). Anniversary of the Battle of Vertiers.

On the day of the end of a week-long ceasefire granted by Haiti’s top official after the assassination, Henry called on his comrades to put “the highest interests of the nation above any controversy.” G9 a Fanmi e Alye, to facilitate fuel delivery.

Ariel Henry likes conversation
“For some time now, I have made dialogue with social and political organizations my work horse. It has enabled me to reach a broad consensus, a political agreement for effective and peaceful administration, the benefits of which will be for all the daughters and sons of the country, ”the Chief of Staff said.

The Prime Minister pointed out that this path of dialogue and consensus will “continue” in this approach with determination, perseverance and determination that “it will lead us to a successful conclusion”.

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