Haiti has descended into further turmoil in the aftermath of President Jovenel Moïse’s assassination, with questions swirling around who was involved in the midnight attack, what countries they hailed from—and with who’s actually running the country.
Since Moïse’s death, Claude Joseph, who had resigned as prime minister shortly before the assassination, has taken the reins of the country as interim prime minister. But he’s faced resistance from Ariel Henry, a neurosurgeon who Moïse had named as prime minister days before his death.
Now a third candidate has emerged: Joseph Lambert, the head of the Haitian Senate, told the Miami Herald that the remaining 10 of the 30-member body had elected him provisional president on Friday.
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