Haiti’s interim leader Claude Joseph says he’ll step down to make way for Jovenel Moise’s successor

Claude Joseph, who has nominally led Haiti as acting prime minister since the July 7 assassination of President Jovenel Moise, said in a Washington Post interview published on Monday that he has agreed to step down, handing power to a challenger backed by the international community.The announcement appears to end a power struggle in the Caribbean nation between Joseph and Ariel Henry, the 71-year-old neurosurgeon who was appointed prime minister by Moise two days before the killing but had yet…

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