Haiti’s Port-au-Prince-Haiti’s assassinated president’s wife, Martine Moise, injured in a private home attack on July 7, returns to the Caribbean on Saturday after being released from a Miami hospital. It was. Her arrival has not been announced, and more than 11 million people are still upset by the assassination of Jovenel Moise at the assassination
Haiti’s Port-au-Prince-Haiti’s assassinated president’s wife, Martine Moise, injured in a private home attack on July 7, returns to the Caribbean on Saturday after being released from a Miami hospital. It was.
Her arrival has not been announced, and more than 11 million people are still upset by the assassination of Jovenel Moise at the assassination authorities, which officials say Haitian, Haitian American, and former Colombian soldiers were involved. Surprised many people.
Martine Moise, wearing a black dress, a black bulletproof vest and a black face mask, got off the plane at Port-au-Prince Airport. Her right arm was in a black sling as she slowly walked down the stairs, though it looked like a private plane. She was greeted by interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph and other officials.
Earlier this week, she tweeted from a hospital in Miami, “I couldn’t believe my husband was gone without saying the last word. This pain never goes away.”
On Friday, government officials announced that Jovenel Moise’s funeral would take place on July 23 in the northern city of Haiti, Cap-Haitien, with his wife attending.
Group: Let the elected prime minister form a government
Last Saturday, a major group of international diplomats issued a statement urging designated Prime Minister Ariel Henri to form a government following the killing of Moise.
Despite announcing Joseph’s replacement the day before Moise was killed, Joseph has led Haiti with police and military support.
Joseph and his allies claim that Henry promised to work with him and with Joseph Lambert, the head of the inactive Senate in Haiti, but never pledged.
This statement was issued by a core group of representatives from Germany, Brazil, Canada, Spain, the United States, France, the European Union ambassadors, the United Nations and US organizations.
The group called for the creation of a “consensus-based, comprehensive government.”
“For this purpose, we strongly encourage the designated Prime Minister Ariel Henry to continue the mission entrusted to him to form such a government,” the group said.
US officials were not immediately asked for comment. A UN spokesman declined to comment, except that it was part of a group that issued a statement. “For now, there is nothing to say other than the content of the statement,” said an OAS spokesman.
Henry and Joseph spokespersons did not immediately return a message for comment.
Robert Fatton, a Haiti political expert at the University of Virginia, said the statement was very confusing, especially after the UN representative said Joseph was in charge.
The lack of elections meant that most members had expired, and the fact that Haitian Parliament is not functioning complicates the question of who should take over. And the head of the Supreme Court recently died of COVID-19.