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Haiti - Politic : The President of Kenya William Ruto welcomes the creation of the Presidential Transitional Council
14/04/2024 10:02:00

Haiti - Politic : The President of Kenya William Ruto welcomes the creation of the Presidential Transitional Council
The President of Kenya William Ruto welcomed the publication in Haiti of the decree confirming the creation of the Presidential Transitional Council (CPT) https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-42104-haiti-flash-the-modified-decree-creating-the-presidential-council-published-official.html responsible, among other things, for choosing the next Acting Prime Minister and a new ministerial cabinet.

"This decision is evident of the collective courage and singular sacrifice of the Haitian Council of Cabinet to forge a Haiti free of violence and to entrench a new democratic administration. We look forward to the PTC moving with speed to appoint the Prime Minister and Cabinet,” Ruto said on his official "X" account.

For President Ruto, this is a positive step that will help restore stability and security in Haiti

"I commend the leadership of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) for their steadfast stewardship of the intense consultations that led to the establishment of a Presidential Transitional Council that reflects the diverse sections of Haitian society.

[...] Kenya expresses confidence that the new political leadership will lay a strong foundation for the resolution of the crisis in Haiti, restoration of security, afford the Haitian people a political transition and usher in sustainable peace and development. Kenya reiterates its strong solidarity with Haiti and stands ready to make its contribution within the framework elaborated in the UN Security Council Resolution 2699 of 2023”" Ruto added and concluded.

Let's recall that Kenya had temporarily suspended the deployment process of the Multinational Mission in Haiti following the announcement of the resignation of Prime Minister a.i. Henry https://www.haitilibre.com/article-41872-haiti-flash-le-kenya -suspends-the-deployment-of-the-mission-in-haiti.html Korir Sing'oei, Principal Secretary for Foreign Affairs of Kenya declared "Without a political administration in Haiti, there is no anchor on which a police deployment can rest, this is why the Government will wait for the installation of a new Government in Haiti before taking new decisions [...]" while reiterating that Kenya remained determined to "ensure leadership of the Assignment.

However, following a telephone interview with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken declared "Blinken informed me that a new Presidential Transitional Council will be formed shortly to manage the situation in Haiti" on my side "I have assured Blinken that Kenya will take the lead in the multinational mission immediately after the installation in Haiti of the Presidential Transitional Council." https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-41880-haiti-flash-kenya-promises-to-deploy-the-mission-after-the-establishment-of-the-presidential-transitional-council.html

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