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Haiti inaugurates a new government that reaches out to the opposition

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Haiti inaugurated on Tuesday, July 20, a new government, thirteen days after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise, with the promise to reach out to the opposition to find a way out of the deep crisis in which the country is immersed.

Ariel Henry, a respected neurosurgeon, officially assumed on Tuesday the post of Prime Minister, from which he will control all the levers of power in Haiti, given that there are no plans to appoint an interim head of state; neither will he have the counterweight of a Parliament, since it has been closed since . . .

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