Gérard Latortue (June 19, 1934 –) is currently the Prime Minister of Haiti. He was an official in the United Nations for many years, and briefly served as foreign minister of Haiti during 1988.

In February 2004, the country suffered a coup d'état which saw the removal and exile of Jean-Bertrand Aristide as ruler; Latortue was appointed head of the new provisional government on March 9 while still living in the United States, and was sworn in on March 12. However, his administration has been denied recognition by a number of foreign states, including the governments of Jamaica and St Kitts and Nevis, as well as the African Union.

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