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Haiti’s government has pushed its luck one too many times

Since Biden took office on Jan. 20, Haitian American leaders had been asking that his administration distance itself from the referendum. The U.S. official position of support for the Moise government stemmed from Moise’s accord to vote against Venezuela when Trump wanted to impose sanctions on the South American country, once Haiti’s most loyal ally when Hugo Chavez was president. Finally, it seems, Moise’s luck ran out when Biden made it abundantly clear that he is against the referendum.

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