Haiti declares state of emergency after Moise assassination
Haiti government on Wednesday declared a two-week state of emergency across the country Al Jazeera citing a special notice in Haiti’s official gazette. The gazette said preliminary information indicates the assassination of President Jovenel Moise was carried out by a group of foreign gunmen.
In another notice, Haiti’s council of ministers announced the country would observe several national days of mourning, from Thursday until July 22. While most comments will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive, moderation decisions are subjective. Published comments are readers’ own views and The Business Standard does not endorse any of the readers’ comments.