FLASH: Haiti votes against Venezuela in OAS Meeting regarding President Maduro's re-election

At an OAS Permanent Council meeting Thursday, Haiti and 18 other countries voted a resolution that does not recognize the second term of President Nicolas Maduro as head of Venezuela.

PHOTO: Haiti President Jovenel Moise rencontre President Maduro au Venezuela
PHOTO: Haiti President Jovenel Moise rencontre President Maduro au Venezuela

By this act, the country "does not recognize the legitimacy of Nicolas Maduro" reelected for a second term in May 2018 after a disputed poll, an article reads on LoopHaiti.com

Six other states voted against, eight abstained and Grenada did not participate.

Was Haiti pressured to vote against Venezuela after she openely congratulated President Maduro after he was re-elected? This what is being discussed on Haitian radio this Friday morning.

What do you think about that?

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Cineus Frantz says...

Haiti took the wrong decision.

Wenezuela has been always a good friend.

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