Haiti’s President Jovenel Moise chooses Jean Henry Ceant as PM after two days of intense negotiations with leaders of both houses of Parliament
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Haiti today has a fragile democracy, at best. The country’s inequality is stark and it has ranked as the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere for decades. Also check out our articles on South America, Central America or Cuba.
Haiti’s long awaited Presidential results seem to suggest a win for businessman Jovenel Moise
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Instability is increasing as troubled Haiti elections bring calls for cancelling the vote
Presidential and Parliamentary candidates competed fairly in long-awaited but vital Haiti voting
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After Haiti dictator dies, residents in the poorest country in the Americas consider the legacy of ‘president for life’ Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier and the disrepair left by his reign