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Division within the Haitian opposition – Prensa Latina

Two delegations of the structure held separate meetings with the Undersecretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, Brian Nichols, who visited the Caribbean country on Wednesday and Thursday.
While economist Fritz Jean, elected by the Monatana Accord to preside over an eventual transitional government, discussed with Nichols the humanitarian crisis and the efforts to find a political consensus, the consensus coordinators addressed the issue of foreign military intervention.
According to one of its organizers, Magalie Comeau Denis, the delegates expressed their opposition to the deployment of a foreign force on Haitian soil, as well as the resignation of Prime Minister Ariel Henry.
Previously, Jean and the coordinators of the Accord had disagreed on the negotiations with Henry to form a government, and even denounced a parallel consensus between the economist and the Prime Minister.
The divisions come at a serious moment for the country with the increasing control of the gangs that have been blocking fuel for a month, which endangers the functioning of hospitals and companies, as well as the restart of the academic year. Experts believe that a true national agreement is the first step towards a definitive solution to the multifaceted crisis facing the country.
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