There’s a question on Haiti. Given the political developments there, can we give an update on the IMF’s position?
Well, we’re monitoring that, of course, we did issue a staff-level agreement on a potential program for Haiti a short time ago. So, obviously, what is happening there has an effect.
We look forward to the formation of a new government and the introduction of a budget. And until we have that, we will not be able to bring forward that recently negotiated staff-level agreement for a program that I mentioned. We would not be able to bring that forward to the Board until there’s a bit more clarity on the new government and the introduction of a budget.
So, we hope that the policy and political uncertainties can be resolved quickly, so that we can get back to that work helping Haiti and the people of Haiti to meet the considerable social and economic challenges that they face.