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Civil society tries to mediate in Haiti’s crisis

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Civil society tries to mediate in Haiti’s crisis

Port-au-Prince, May 2 (Prensa Latina) Several civil society groups are trying to intercede in the political stalemate and the crisis Haiti is currently shaking, and for this purpose they met with several platforms.
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The mediation committee aims at the resumption of the political talk, stopped since early 2022 when a broad sector of the civil society elected a president for a possible transition process.

That group is made up of Religions for Peace, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Conference of Rectors and Presidents of Universities in Haiti.

The commission has already met with representatives of the United Haitian Accord and the Solidarity for Democracy and Development platform, with a view to discussing the best strategies to bring together all the actors in the national crisis, it stated in a communique.

Despite the steps forward, several opposition figures disapproved the committee’s management, pointing out that it was unilaterally established by Prime Minister Ariel Henry.

Henry took power shortly after the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse and after two months, he signed a political agreement with more than 600 parties and organizations that in recent months, turned their backs on him for allegedly failing to comply with his promises.


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