The Facts of the Assassination of the President of Haiti – There are many murder cases happening in our environment and even around us. One of the murder cases concerning the president of Haiti. The President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, was shot dead by a group of gunmen on Wednesday (7/7) at 01.00 am local time.
Haiti immediately declared a state of emergency after the incident. A state of emergency was declared for two weeks to investigate and follow up on the perpetrators who killed Moise.
Moise was shot dead by heavy-caliber gunmen. Moise was at his residence in the hills above Port-au-Prince.
So how is the progress of this incident so far?
The following summarizes a number of facts and allegations of the assassination of the President of Haiti:
Moise Served President of Haiti Since 2017
Moise has been in power in Haiti since 2017. During his tenure as president in this Caribbean country, Moise faced various political and security crises.
Since his victory in the November 2016 election, Moïse has faced frequent protests from his people demanding his resignation.
Moise was born in Trou-du-Nord, Nord Est, Haiti, on June 26, 1968. She was raised in a middle-income family, with a father who worked as a mechanic and farmer and a mother who was a seamstress.
Moise and his family moved to Port-au-Prince in 1974. There, Moise attended university, where he studied Political Science. There he met his wife, Martine Marie Etienne Joseph, whom he married in 1996.
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The decision was right. Moïse turned into a successful businessman. He earned the nickname “The Banana Man” or “The Banana Man” from his success in the world of agricultural or agricultural business. He also tried his luck in the water treatment business and the energy sector.
Moise creates up to hundreds of jobs on a 10-hectare banana plantation in Nord-Ouest, northern Haiti. In addition, he also founded Agritrans, a project that helps export fruit from Haiti to various countries.
He officially took office after being sworn in in February 2017. The election that won him in 2016 was still considered full of fraud, until finally in 2018, massive demonstrations broke out, demanding Moise to step down.