Opposition grows to Haiti Constitution referendum — even within president’s own party
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Miami Herald

Haitian President Jovenel Moïse’s plans to reshape the way his Caribbean nation is governed by giving the presidency greater powers in a new constitution is running into more opposition. And this time it’s from within his own political party. Liné Balthazar, the head of the Haitian Tèt Kale Party that Moïse ran under, says neither he nor the political party supports the president’s proposed June 27 referendum to overhaul the country’s constitution. The party’s position, he says, is based on three factors: the government’s inability to deliver all new identification cards, which also double as …

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