PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) – Haiti's new president has formally nominated a power company executive to be his prime minister.
The nomination of Daniel-Gerard Rouzier on Friday may face opposition in parliament, which has few members from the party of recently inaugurated President Michel Martelly.
As Haiti's No. 2 official, the prime minister will play a key role in efforts to get moving with stalled reconstruction after the devastating damage of after last year's earthquake.
Rouzier is president of a private power company and owns a car dealership. He also has served on the board of a religious charity based in Coconut Creek, Florida.
Photo above: Michel Martelly, President of Haiti