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Haiti-Ministers of Justice and Interior forced to resign


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Two government ministers have resigned their positions in the government of Prime Minister Ariel Henry amid speculation that they were forced to do so after the United States revoked their American visas.

According to a decree published in the special issue of the official journal, “Le Moniteur,” the Minister of Justice Berto Dorcé and the Interior Minister, Liszt Quitel had tendered their resignations and that Prime Minster Henry will act as Minister of the Interior and Territorial Communities.

In addition, the decree noted that Emmelie Prophet Milcé will act as the Minister of Justice and Public Security.

Media reports here said that the two ministers were forced to resign following the revocation of their American visas, within the framework of the sanctions imposed by the United States.


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