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The CPT meets to discuss the establishment of the CNS, while preserving the confidentiality of participants in the working session

  • May 22, 2024
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The Presidential Transitional Council (CPT) met on Wednesday to discuss the establishment of the National Security Council (CNS), in accordance with the Agreement of April 3, 2024, indicates a note signed by Edgard Leblanc, coordinator of the CPT . However, no names of experts or meeting participants were released.

The main objective, according to the CPT, was to find an effective response to the security crisis in the country, which to date is neither governed nor administered, as evidenced by the indiscriminate violence of terrorist gangs which destroy police stations. . Under the terms of the agreement, the CNS will be responsible for overseeing international security assistance, in collaboration with national and international actors.

The Presidential Council reaffirms its commitment to working with all partners to ensure security and stability in the country. In the meantime, the negotiations for the appointment of a Prime Minister to replace the Tèt Kale 3 team cast doubt on the ability of the CPT to lead the country to safety.

Meeting of the Presidential Transitional Council on the Establishment of the National Security Council (CNS)

The Transitional Presidential Council held an important meeting to address the creation of the National Security Council (CNS), in accordance with the Agreement of April 3, 2024. This meeting brought together national experts, professionals from the diaspora and other important personalities, in accordance with Articles 25, 26 and 27 of the said Agreement. The primary objective was to define an effective response to the security crisis facing the country.

Under this Agreement, the CNS is entrusted with the task of defining and overseeing arrangements for international security assistance, in accordance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 2699. This mission will be carried out in close consultation with all stakeholders concerned, as well as national and international experts.

The Transitional Presidential Council reiterates its commitment to working with all partners to guarantee security and stability in the country.

Done in Port-au-Prince, May 22, 2024