Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio has been one of Haiti's most vocal supporters – Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro, and also the Caribbean nation against Taiwan for China.
But on Monday as Haiti entered a fourth week of paralysis over demands for President Jovenel Moise to step down, Rubio said the US has no role to play in the deepening crisis recurred by recurring fuel shortages and allegations of graft and mismanagement of the economy by Moise.  “My interest in Haiti has always been one of the most important things in the world. Who they choose as their leader is up to the processes that they run internally, “Rubio told the Miami Herald. “
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Rubio's comments were in stark contrast to that of Florida Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson, who has recently had a round table discussion between the community and Speaker Nancy Pelosi, said something had to give.
The country has been gripped by recurring political gridlock for most of the 32 months Moise has been in office . The last episode, coming after a respite over the summer, has forced the cloak of schools, and led to the loss of lives and businesses to a humanitarian crisis looms due to blocked roads.
In Haiti and Miami, Haitians have accused the Trump administration of propping up Moise, and last week in the United States and others in the international community to disassociate themselves and support for resignation. Demands, they say, that they are coming from just the political opposition but other sectors of Haitian society, including the Catholic and Protestant churches, judges, intellectuals, mayors and regular citizens.
“The Haiti people feel they can not get gas, they can not eat, they can not do anything because of the United States is telling them: Do not get in touch with China. Do not get in touch with Venezuela. Do not get in touch with so and so, “Carline Paul, a Haitian-American activist told Pelosi during the Miami meeting.
” They want to be able to do the things that are going to move them forward because America has not delivered for them over the years, “said Paul. “Trump in the background is supporting Jovenel Moise.”
Paul said Haitians who had been speaking to the world about their suffering on the road to Haiti. under the PetroCaribe oil program.
While Rubio was born, he was in the process of becoming a president. Against Taiwan, saying in March of last year, “it would be an impending blow to the relationship with Haitian govt.”
As chairman of the Senate's subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, Rubio's comments on Haiti in the United States of America in the United States of America in Coral Gables, Fla., And as Haitians woke up to another day of burning, barricaded streets and canceled schools in Port-au-Prince. Prince and other cities.
Speaking to a roomful of journalists and news directors from across Latin America, Rubio touched on the crisis happening in Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba. He said that he did not have a vote in a democracy, and he could not rule it.
“You can not rule in a democracy if there is no consensus,” he said.
Asked later by the Miami Herald if that feeling also applied to Haiti, where Moise was forced Monday to cancel a new criminal lawsuit to the ongoing political crisis and threats of protests, Rubio said: “That's an internal matter for Haitians to decide . I do not think it's the proper job of the United States. That would be interference. It would be wrong for the US to step up and say he should stay. “
Some, however, have noted a contradiction pointing out that in 2004, the US did step in and negotiated the departure of then democratically elected President Jean-Bertrand Aristide as he faced the pressure of the business community to resign.
“I was not in Congress in 2004,” said Rubio. “I can tell you that today, there is a system of government in Haiti, it is up to the people of Haiti to decide. But we are not going to interfere on behalf of any elected official. “