Prime Minister of Haiti committed to the internal transition process

Garry Conille was named Prime Minister of Haiti last week. The official held the same position during the mandate of Michel Martelly between 2011 and 2012

The newly appointed Prime Minister of Haiti, Garry Conille, expressed this weekend his commitment to the transition process of a nation plunged into a deep sociopolitical crisis.

Between 2011 and 2012 he held the same position under the mandate of Michel Martelly. On Saturday he held a meeting with the interim prime minister, Michel Patrick Boisvert, who takes office after the resignation of Ariel Henry following the acts of violence at the end of February.

The private meeting took place in the ambassadors’ lounge of the air terminal and new work meetings are planned to face the internal crisis, while waiting for Conille to take office.

“Conille committed to working with the Presidential Transition Council to resolve the problems facing the country, where elections have not been held since November 2017 when Jovenel Moise won, assassinated on July 7, 2021 by an armed group in his private residence in Port-au-Prince.”

He accepted the position with humility and willingness to work alongside the councilors and organizations that placed their trust in him.

It is important to note that since 2023, Conille, a doctor, has been regional director of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) for Latin America and the Caribbean.


Source: swissinfo

(Reference image source: @Punto_deCorte, X)

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