Will Jimmy “Barbecue” Cherizier occupy a position of power in the new Haiti government before the end of 2025?

Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Ch%C3%A9rizier

Link: https://www.cnn.com/2024/03/11/americas/haiti-pm-ariel-henry-resigns-gang-violence-intl-hnk/index.html

Jimmy Chérizier (also called "Babekyou" or "Barbecue"; born 1976 or 1977)[2] is a Haitian gang leader and former police officer who is the head of Fòs Revolisyonè G9 an fanmi e alye ("Revolutionary Forces of the G9 Family and Allies", abbreviated "G9" or "FRG9"), a federation of over a dozen Haitian gangs based in Port-au-Prince.[3][4] Chérizier is currently considered one of the most powerful gang leaders in Haiti.[5][1] He is believed to be responsible for numerous large-scale massacres in the Port-au-Prince area.

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havent heard much about bbq in a while

doubtful imo, the Kenya coalition will come in at some point and there's no way the U.S. will let Cherizier hold an official government position in a country in their backyard

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@such Agreed. Despite the logistical/legal roadblocks of the sending of an international police force, Haiti's history is uniquely defined by foreign interventions. By all accounts the gangs are populated by hungry kids, and once soldiers with any sort of training arrive they won't be able to meaningfully hold land in Port au Prince.

My hope is that the Haitian community doesn't get hosed and actually gets to choose their next leaders. My community has a high Haitian population, and it's been rough on my peers/students.


will there be a president barbeque before 2025?
(or vp, or treasurer, etc)

@strutheo "President Barbeque has my vote"

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