By Haiti Democracy Project for the Inter-American Dialogue’s Latin America Advisor, May 22, 2022. Gangs are the shadow-play of Haiti’s latest power struggle at the top. They won’t be wished away by a chaste “Haitian-led solution.” Only a full peacekeeping mission can get rid of them
A group of senators effectively did, by blocking the law needed for new elections. –Haitian ambassador Bocchit Edmond writing to the Washington Post
By Bernard H. Gousse. One of Haiti’s more capable government officials with a strong word of advice for the less so
Latin America Advisor. Having earlier chided violent presidential aspirants and the wavering international commitment, we turn now to the man in the saddle, Jovenel Moïse.
Any election in which the top candidate is excluded for political reasons is invalid.
By Cyrus Sibert, Réseau Citadelle. The government and electoral board have been taken over by the retrograde part of the bourgeoisie that likes monopolies, doesn’t like to pay customs duties, and excludes the diaspora.