© Reuters. Haitian First Lady Martine Moise (L), the wife of assassinated President Jovenel Moise, is greeted by Haitian Interim Prime Minister Claude Jospeh after arriving from the United States in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in this photo without data obtained by Reuters on Ju
By Andre Paultre
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) – Martine Moise, the widow of Haiti’s assassinated president Jovenel Moise, returned to the Caribbean nation on Saturday for her funeral after she was treated at a Miami hospital for injuries sustained during the July 7 attack on his private home. residence.
Jovenel Moise was killed when gunmen stormed his home in the hills above Port-au-Prince, damaging the country in uncertainty and sparking a frantic investigation to identify the perpetrators of the plan.
The Prime Minister’s Office tweeted a video of Martine Moise arriving back at Toussaint Louverture International Airport in the Haitian capital, wearing all black clothes, wearing a bulletproof vest and with her right arm in a slingshot. She was greeted by interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph.
“The Prime Minister, Dr. Claude Joseph, welcomes the First Lady, Martine Moise, who is arriving in Haiti for her husband’s funeral,” the prime minister’s office said.
Martine Moise had tweeted earlier this week while in Miami that she still agreed to her husband’s murder and had thanked a “team of guardian angels who helped me get through this terrible moment.”
Earlier Saturday, the important Core Group of Ambassadors and International Representatives had called for “the formation of a consensual and inclusive government.”
“To this end, we strongly encourage Prime Minister-designate Ariel Henry to continue the mission entrusted to him to form such a government,” the group said. Henry, whom Moise appointed Prime Minister shortly before he was killed, was not sworn into his position and the country is led by Joseph.
The Core Group is composed of ambassadors from Germany, Brazil, Canada, Spain, the United States, France, the European Union and special representatives of the United Nations and the United States.
“As Haiti faces serious dangers, members of the group express the desire that all political, economic and civil society actors in the country fully support the authorities in their efforts to restore security throughout the country. , ”he said.
The group also called for the organization of “free, fair, transparent and credible legislative and presidential elections as soon as possible.”
Former Senator Patrice Dumont, one of only 10 lawmakers sitting in the Senate normally at 30 seats, said Thursday that fair elections cannot be held for at least a year due to the influence of violent gangs and an electoral council compromise.
On Friday a Colombian police chief said the assassination could be ordered by a former Haitian justice minister, citing a preliminary investigation involving Haitian-Americans and former Colombian soldiers.
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