Article Image

IPFS News Link • Haiti

Haiti Forms New Government, Surely Gangs Won't Take Over THIS Time


New Government Takes Charge in Haiti Amid Escalating Violence
In a bid to restore order in the violence-stricken nation, Haiti has established a new government, completely overhauling the previous administration led by former Prime Minister Ariel Henry. Henry was ousted earlier this year by gangs that have seized control of large areas of the country. Video posted to X allegedly shows the riots which sprung up in response to Henry's attempt to utilize the Kenyan Police to combat crime:

The announcement of the new cabinet follows the appointment of Garry Conille as interim prime minister by Haiti's transitional government council two weeks ago. Conille, who will also serve as the interior minister, was officially named in a decree published in the country's official gazette.

Leadership Overhaul and Hope for Stability
The new cabinet, appointed by the transitional council, aims to bring political stability to Haiti, a nation plagued by prolonged violence and turmoil. A spokeswoman confirmed that all key positions have been filled, with Garry Conille taking on dual roles as prime minister and interior minister.

Conille's attorney, Carlos Hercules, has been appointed as the minister for justice and public security, while Dominique Dupuy, Haiti's ambassador to UNESCO, will serve as the foreign affairs minister. The finance ministry will be led by Princeton-educated Ketleen Florestal, succeeding Michel Patrick Boisvert, who also briefly served as interim prime minister this year.

Agorist Hosting