Fritz Alphonse Jean pleads for a national consensus  

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Fritz Alphonse Jean, the president-elect of the Montana Accord, pleads in favor of a national consensus, in order to get Haiti out of this multidimensional crisis. He made these remarks, this Wednesday, May 18, 2022 and on the occasion of the 219th national commemoration of the Haitian flag. 

On May 18, 2022, the former governor of the Central Bank appeared at the microphone and in front of the press cameras to plead in favor of a national consensus to get the country out of this slump.  

Indeed Fritz Alphonse Jean mentioned the data of the preliminary report of the National Network for the Defense of Human Rights (RNDDH), condemning the violence recorded in the Plaine du Cul-de-Sac, which caused the death of a hundred Haitian citizens and thousands of internally displaced people. 


During this media outing, the President of the Montana Accord, Fritz Alphonse Jean, asked political actors to unite with the aim of finding a consensus for the establishment of an inclusive transitional government, capable of resolving the problems that Haitian families are currently facing, through credible, free, honest and democratic elections. 

In addition, Fritz Alphonse Jean, specifies that, faced with the untenable situation marked by the exponential rise of insecurity, it is necessary to restore confidence in the country's state institutions by strengthening their capacities, from there being, we can throw the foundations of a new state capable of creating wealth and jobs in order to consolidate the Haitian economy.

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Mackendy Filderice
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