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Transitional council in Haiti to choose new leaders is formally established amid gang violence

  • A transitional council was established in Haiti to select the next prime minister and cabinet, aiming to combat gang influence in the country.
  • The council, comprising nine members with voting powers, plans to address security concerns and food insecurity, a significant issue affecting millions in Haiti.
  • The council is set to appoint a new prime minister and electoral council and exercise presidential powers until February 7, 2026.
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