News that the Prime Minister of Haiti forms a new cabinet amidst political turmoil

The announcement comes as the country is struggling to cope with the increase in violence, kidnapping and continuing fuel shortages.

Prime Minister Ariel Henry was sworn in in his new cabinet, more than four months after his leadership in Haiti Assassinate President Geoffnell Moyes.

Wednesday’s appointment is an effort to deal with in Haiti Violence, Kidnappings and continued fuel shortages are blamed on powerful gangs Blocked gas distribution terminal.

“You accepted this under difficult conditions,” Henry told his new cabinet on Wednesday.

He appointed nine ministers to various positions, including foreign affairs, economy, justice, education and health.

Among the appointees is Jean Victor Jeneus, who will succeed Claude Joseph as Minister of Foreign and Religious Affairs. Joseph briefly served as acting prime minister after Moise was killed in his private residence before dawn on July 7.

Henry said that his government is doing everything it can to use the resources it has to ensure public safety.

He said: “We are doing our best to restore national authority and collect funds that need to be collected.” “One of the main responsibilities of this government is to create a safe and stable environment.”

Henry condemned the continued violence and called on the criminals to lay down their weapons, otherwise “they will be wiped out and eventually go to jail, otherwise they will face the risk of death.”

Haiti is grappling with a surge in gang-related kidnappings, including the abduction of 17 missionaries linked to a religious organization in Ohio on October 16. Two of them were released On Sunday, although no further details were provided.

“While we are happy for the two hostages released over the weekend, we continue to pray for the 15 people who are still imprisoned,” the Christian Aid Department said in a statement on Wednesday.

Henry also talked about fuel shortages and rising prices, saying that the government has invested tens of thousands of dollars to subsidize natural gas, but this situation cannot be sustained for long. He said he will solve this problem in the near future.

In addition, Henry urged the new Minister of Health to launch a campaign to encourage more people to be vaccinated against COVID-19.


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