Radio Havana Cuba | Haiti’s main political forces are still failing to reach an agreement

Magali Cuomo Dennis and Ariel Henry. (photo: internet)

PORT-AU-PRINCE, May 16 (RHC) The two main political forces in Haiti today continue without an agreement despite two meetings to negotiate a possible dialogue.

Prime Minister Ariel Henry and Montana Accord leader Magali Como Denis met again the previous day for more than five hours with the aim of reaching a consensus that would allow talks to resume between the two factions.

Dialogue between these factions came to a halt at the end of January, after a large civil society group elected Fritz Jan as head of a potential transitional government, a decision Henry rejected.

A source told the local press, that representatives of the Montana Convention asked the head of government to postpone decisions affecting the nation, which may include the appointment of the highest judges.

Henry and Dennis also met in the middle of last week, after several months of political stagnation and in the face of a serious insecurity crisis in the country, confirmed Jack Ted Sitt-Deck, a member of the Montana Convention Monitoring Bureau.

“We are in an unsustainable situation. Inside Montana they say you can’t go any further. “You have to define responsibilities and you have to move forward,” he said.

While these political forces continue to negotiate, the leader of the Pitit Dessalines, Moise Jean Charles, jointly with Edgar Leblanc of the People of Struggle, initiated the “Pilgrimage for Tolerance and Reconciliation”, which aims to bring together different structuring policies in order to arrive at a dialogue.

This group has already held meetings with the Haitian Tete Cali party, the Conba platform, and the Haitian National Peasant Network.

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Haiti is experiencing a serious political, economic and social crisis in recent decades, which increased in particular with the assassination of President Jovenel Moise last July, which reinforced the institutional vacuum. (source: latin press).

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