China News Service, July 27. According to Agence France-Presse, Haitian police continue to investigate the assassination of President Moise. On the 26th local time, the police stated that they had arrested Sivier, who was the security coordinator when Moise was assassinated.

Data map: After Moise was assassinated, Haiti entered a state of martial law.

  Moise was shot and killed at his home late on July 7, and the armed commando on the assassination mission broke through the defense of the special service personnel and broke into the president's apartment without exchanging fire.

Sivir is suspected of being involved in an assassination conspiracy.

  Sivir is currently being held in solitary confinement in a prison in the Dimas district near the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince.

  Haitian police spokesman Villiers said: "During the ongoing investigation into the assassination of President Moise, I can confirm that Sivir was arrested by the police on Monday (26th).

  Port-au-Prince prosecutor Claude has ordered the immigration authorities to prohibit the four policemen responsible for the security of Moise from leaving the country.

  On the 26th, the police also issued an arrest warrant against Trout, a former Supreme Court judge, who had been expelled from Moiz.

  The details of Moise's assassination are still unclear, but the new Prime Minister Henry has promised to bring the murderer of Moise to justice.

  According to reports, the Haitian police have arrested about 20 Colombian mercenaries involved in the case. According to them, the assassination was planned by a group of Haitians with foreign connections.