After months of demonstrations, demands and dealings to oust President Jovenel Moise from office, an actual threat emerged in the wee hours of February 7. Police Inspector Marie Louise Gauthier left a voice message for National Palace Security Chief Dimitri Herard. In the voicemail, she offered him about $470,000 to help her opposition groups force Moïse from office.
Bocchit Edmond was appointed as Haiti’s Ambassador to the United States, President Jovenel Moïse announced on his Twitter account on Tuesday.
Haitian Foreign Minister calls for development reboot to close ‘striking gap’ between promises and action on ending poverty
The future of humanity hinges on full implementation of the 2030 Agenda, if we don’t get there, “we may never see…
US Officials Silent about American Mercenaries Released to their Custody Despite Hints of their Involvement
Since the return of the detained contractors, the US government has made no public remarks about the case. On Friday, Feb. 22, the State Department held an informal telephone briefing for members of Congress and staff interested in the case. In response to questions about details concerning the Americans or what the group was doing in Haiti, the official on the call apparently provided no specifics. But those questions are unlikely to stop.