Garry Conille Takes Office As Prime Minister Of Haiti

Garry Conille Takes Office As Prime Minister Of Haiti

On Monday, June 3, Garry Conille took the oath of office as the next prime minister of Haiti. The prime minister’s office in Port-au-Prince, the country’s capital, hosted a brief ceremony.

Acting Prime Minister Patrick Boisvert was replaced by Conille.

The 58-year-old has urged political groups to put aside their disagreements. He shares executive authority with the Presidential Council.

“The nation’s best interest will take precedence over the interests of various groups of people,” he pledged.

From 2011 to 2012, Conille held a brief position as prime minister of Haiti.

He now has a huge mission ahead of him, one that involves combatting gang delinquency and reforming institutions.

Edgard Leblanc-Fils, the president of the transitional council, briefly discussed the necessity of “credible, free, and democratic elections” in his speech.

The transitional council’s duties include selecting the prime minister and organizing presidential elections by the beginning of 2026.

The international police force headed by Kenya is still awaited by the Caribbean nation.

Since January 2023, Conille has served as UNICEF’s regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean.

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