NEW YORK, NY — A report to the Secretary-General to the United Nations Security Council revealed a coalition of Haiti groups has not found a common vision and its cohesiveness has splintered.
“To date, the multiple initiatives and proposals to foster a common vision among national stakeholders as to how Haiti can move forward have yielded few concrete results,” La Lime said. “On the contrary, previously homogeneous coalitions have started to fracture.”
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