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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Uncertainty continues to hang over Haiti’s political future after its Prime Minister Ariel Henry said he would step down, a move welcomed by many Haitians.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Uncertainty continues to hang over Haiti’s political future after its Prime Minister Ariel Henry said he would step down, a move welcomed by many Haitians exhausted by months of escalating gang violence. 

But questions over security are still not settled as Haiti finds itself embroiled in a complex web of socio-political turmoil. 

At the center of this storm was Prime Minister Ariel Henry, who assumed office in July 2021 following the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse.  

His announcement came amid pressure from both the international community and gang leaders, who warned that the Caribbean nation could face civil war if Henry, did not step down. 

His announcement left some asking if it was a power play.

Christie debunked those claims.

The absence of a functioning government has meant Haitian gangs are continuing to wreak havoc.

With the unrest in Haiti showing no sign of ending soon, Christie says it’s clear the region will feel the brunt as people will not doubt flee the country.

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