Haiti Attempts To Reclaim Its Governmental Stability After Assassination Of President Moïse.
On Monday Haiti’s Senate reconvened after a year, but with low attendance from legislators. Haiti’s governmental infrastructure has always represented lack of balance, since only 10 out of the 30 senate member were present.
Haiti faced uncertainty on what is next to come with the representation of the country since the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse in June, 2021.
in October 2019, Haiti’s legislative elections were scheduled to take place, but failed due to consistent postponing. The lack of approach placed the country on a continual route for stagnancy limiting the chance for progression.
Before the assassination, parts of Haiti conducted violent acts to express their displease with Moïse refusing to leave office after the people have declared that his term has ended. These political instabilities has created fear for the Haitian natives.
Senate President Joseph Lambert spoke in the city of Port-au-Prince at Parliament. In his speech he acknowledged the importance of prioritizing Haiti and holding the elections successful this year.
He believes that this year is one of union and dialogue. Fortunately many supporters found comfort in his works and responded with applause.