Heads of Government expressed their deep concern over the deteriorating political situation and the deepening public anxiety over citizen security in Haiti.
They took note of the Report of the United Nations Secretary General of 11 February 2021 and of the comments therein on the political and governance issues.
Heads of Government underlined the importance of respect for the rule of law and constitutional processes as laid out in the CARICOM Charter of Civil Society, and the primary responsibility of the government to this end.
They called on the political actors to engage in dialogue to reach consensus on the way forward and establish an enabling environment for the conduct, as quickly as possible, of the elections to renew the lapsed Legislative and Local Government Institutions.
Heads of Government look forward to the conduct of free and fair Presidential Elections, in accordance with the Constitution of Haiti.
25 February 2021