Haiti’s Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe held two private meetings with Bishop Pierre André Dumas, who criticized President Jovenel Moïse during a sermon, and with Bishop Eugène Martin Nugent on Sept. 18 and Sept. 22 in Pétion-Ville, Port-au-Prince.
“Haiti turned into a disaster under Jovenel Moïse’s regime,” Bishop Dumas said during his sermon Sept. 14. “It’s gotten to the point that we have to say no to any sort of dictatorship in the country.”
Jouthe chose not to get into the details of the meeting when asked by Juno7. Dumas is the representative of the Catholic Church in the Nippes Department. Nugent is the dean of the diplomatic corps of the Holy See. Source
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