EFEBy Maria Montecelos. Port-au-Prince

Ariel Henry will become Haiti's new prime minister on Tuesday, ending a power struggle 13 days after the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse.

Claude Joseph, who has led the country as acting prime minister since the murder, will hand over the reins to Henry, who had been designated to the position two days before Moïse's death, but had not been sworn in.

This appointment will end the power struggle among Joseph, Henry and Senate president Joseph Lambert.

Joseph had initially received the recognition of the United States and the Organization of American States (OAS) as the head of state, but on Saturday the international community encouraged Henry to form a government and call elections, thus granting him support.