I'm still in charge, Haitian interim leader says

In an interview with AFP, Haiti's interim President Jocelerme Privert urged the National Assembly to act soon so the country's leadership is no longer in questionPort-au-Prince (AFP) – Haiti reached new levels of political instability as interim President Jocelerme Privert’s mandate expired, leaving the impoverished Caribbean nation without a clear leader. In an interview with AFP, Privert denied claims he has abused his power, and urged the National Assembly to act soon so the country’s leadership is no longer in question. A: “On June 13, the National Assembly was under obligation to take action, but it didn’t do so.

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