IJDH Senior Staff Attorney Alexandra Filippova discusses Haiti’s current government in The New York Times:
“‘What’s the most constitutional government you can have at the moment? The short answer is zero,'” Filippova says. “‘So the next best question is, what moves you closer to a legitimate constitutional government? We see that the Montana group is a flawed process but is the best way forward to creating a path for a legitimate government.'”
Read the full article here.