Joseph will hand over power to Ariel Henry, whom the international community recognized as the “appointed prime minister.”
Haiti’s incumbent Prime Minister Claude Joseph, whose leadership has been embroiled since the assassination of President Jovenel Moise on July 7, told the Washington Post that he will relinquish power on Monday.
Ariel Henry, who was appointed prime minister by Moise two days before the assassination and has recently been recognized as the “prime minister-designate” by the international community, will take over.
Joseph, who served as Foreign Minister under Moise and served as acting Prime Minister prior to Henry’s appointment, had so far refused to recognize Henry as Prime Minister-designate, arguing that Henry had not been appointed. at the time of Moses’ murder.
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