Haiti Can Solve Its Own Problems, if Foreign Powers Would Let It

A man attends the funeral of slain President Jovenel Moise in Cap-Haitien, Haiti,  July 23, 2021 (AP photo/Matias Delacroix).
A man attends the funeral of slain President Jovenel Moise in Cap-Haitien, Haiti, July 23, 2021 (AP photo/Matias Delacroix).

Three weeks after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise, and a week after being sworn in as prime minister, Ariel Henry held his first Cabinet meeting on July 28. It did not go well. In an effort to distance himself from the unpopular Moise administration, Henry attempted to revoke a 2020 presidential decree creating a national intelligence agency, which had been widely criticized as an unaccountable secret police that could potentially spy on Moise’s political opponents.  But in response to Henry’s proposal, the Cabinet’s secretary-general, Renald Luberice, submitted a letter expressing his opposition to dismantling Moise’s agenda, in which he […]

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