Haiti: Opposition Agrees to Replace Jovenel Moise on February 7
Haiti's opposition leaders have agreed on a plan to replace President Jovenel Moise with a new head of state on Sunday.
They accuse Jovenel Moise, who has ruled for nearly four years, of being an autocrat who failed to curb the rash of kidnappings that have terrorized the nation.
The opposition agreement, named Terrace Garden Final Accord ( Ako Final Teras Garden), creates a commission made up of seven members of civil society and seven opposition leaders.
The commission would be tasked with choosing a president to lead the transitional government from members of Haiti's Supreme Court.