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Two months after the assassination of Haiti’s president, Jovanel Mosse’s widow calls for justice

Prince Port – Martin Mosse, Widow of the President of Haiti Jovenel MoïseMurdered two months ago, this Tuesday promises to continue fighting for her husband’s weakest side.

in a series of posts Twitter, Martin Mosse, who has put forward his intentions to run for the next presidential election, explained that with the assassination “The Haitian people have lost the leader who was changing the living conditions of the population”.

“The struggle is not political, it is economic. It cannot end here. We will honor the memory of President Jovenel, we will continue to fight so that the sun shines for the most vulnerable”, he confirmed.

In another tweet, the first lady also called for “justice” for her husband, who was shot dead on 7 July The attack was carried out by a command of mercenaries, mostly Colombians, who entered the presidential residence without encountering resistance from the security forces.

Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry also called for justice and promised via Twitter that “this crime will not be spared.”

“My government is determined that the president gets justice and that the killers be tried as required by law,” said Henry, who is the highest authority in the country in the president’s absence.

According to the latest police figures, 44 people have been detained in connection with the murder of Mose, That organization had 12 members as well as 18 Colombians, most of them retired military personnel, and six Haitians, three of whom were nationalized from the United States.

Among the detainees is also doctor Christian Emmanuel Senon, which the police indicated As the main brain of the operation.

Other alleged masterminds of the murder are at large, including former Senator John Joel Joseph, former Judge Windell Kok Thelot and former officer Joseph Felix Badio.


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