Haiti’s prime minister resigns and replacement appointed
By 16 April
Former Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe (photo credit: FAOAmericas/flickr)
Haitian Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe announced early Wednesday that he has resigned, as the country faces a spike in killings and kidnappings and prepares for an upcoming constitutional referendum and a general election later this year. Jouthe, who served as prime minister since March 2020, did not provide an explanation for his resignation, but President Jovenel Moise said a new prime minister had been appointed. [...] Haiti has long had a high turnover of prime ministers, with eight of them appointed to the position since 2015.
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