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Haiti Flash Analysis: Political situation (February 2022) – Haiti – ReliefWeb

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Haiti
Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry will remain in office, despite renewed CNN reports on his links to the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse and calls for him to step down by the Montana Group, leading to further instability in Haiti including sporadic economic protests.
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In a diplomatic letter published on 11 February, the Haitian Government “categorically” rejected the CNN report from 08 February over further allegations of acting Prime Minister Henry’s involvement in the July 2021 assassination of President Moïse.
This came as one of Haiti’s well-known local media sites stated in an interview with US press site The Hill that PM Henry would not leave office, despite calls for his resignation. He reported that in a speech on 07 February “Ariel Henry said “’I’m not going anywhere until we’ve held elections by the end of the year.”
Meanwhile, police fired tear gas, leading to some injuries against factory staff in the capital Port-au-Prince who were protesting for pay increases, in the context of growing inflation concerns.
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