Moise’s widow says she is considering running for Haiti’s presidency

In Martine Moise's opinion, the money trail will lead to Haitian "oligarchs" with whom her husband was at odds. She mentioned in particular a businessman who could benefit from the president's death.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Martine Moïse, the widow of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, who was assassinated on July 7, is considering running for the presidency of the country, she said in an interview published Friday (30) by "The New York Times", in which she speaks for the first time about the assassination.

"When they left, they thought I was dead," Moïse said of the attack, in which she was shot in the arm and of which she recalls the horror of seeing the lifeless body of her husband, shot in their bedroom in the middle of the . . .

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