The opposition is already preparing the post-Moise period


The group seeks an agreement to choose a member of the Court of Cassation as President of the Republic in charge of the transitional government, an issue that only the Lavalas party disagrees with former president Jean Bertrand Aristide.

These conversations focused on the mode of a possible transitional government, which directly concerns the figures of president and prime minister, the ministers who will compose it and the road map of the process government, as well as the duration of the transition and the structure to supervise government action.

The organizations Passerelle, Patriotique Forum, Mache Kontre and the Consensus Alternative for the Refoundation of Haiti, as well as the Institutional Opposition are the main platforms of this meeting, they make up the so-called Coordination Board for an Understanding on Transition.

“Adopting a political agreement for a successful transition in relation to the demands of the population” is the objective pursued by the opposition parties and organizations, which consider urgent action necessary to curb the serious economic and social situation of the country, according to raised in the meeting.

The common point among all these political actors is that they accept Moïse's resignation, while the point of debate is where the provisional president should come from.

For the opposition, the main milestones of the transition are: creating a sovereign national conference, new constitution, elections, cleaning of the administration and public finances, provision of public services, security, justice reform, and trials for financial crimes and blood.

Yesterday Friday, a group of activists stormed the hotel to demand their participation in the meeting, an issue that was resolved by empowering a committee to represent them so they can participate in the talks.

The resumption of anti-government protests, which have been taking place since mid-September, is scheduled for Sunday November 10 throughout the country, in order to continue demanding Moïse's exit from power.

As a result, the country is likely to suffer a ninth week of paralysis of activities such as commerce, public transport, banks and teaching.

November 15 will be two months since Haiti live a popular uprising in the context of a society marked by corruption, social inequality and exclusion, with galloping inflation and the devaluation of the local currency, the gourde, against the dollar.

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