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The White House appoints Otto Juan Reich as Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs. [US Department of State, 1/11/2002] His nomination will never be approved by the Senate. [Knight Ridder, 1/9/2003]

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Timeline Tags: Haiti Coup

Otto Juan Reich is named US special envoy to the Western Hemisphere. He had previously served as acting assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs (see January 11, 2002), but never received a confirmation from the Senate. [White House, 11/25/2002; US Department of State, 1/9/2003]

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Timeline Tags: Haiti Coup

The White House announces the nomination of Roger F. Noriega, the current US Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States, to the position of Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs. [US Department of State, 1/9/2003; White House, 1/9/2003] Otto Reich, who was originally named to the position, but whose nomination was never confirmed by the Senate, is instead appointed by Bush to the White House position of Special Envoy for Western Hemisphere Initiatives, which does not have to be approved by the Senate (see January 11, 2002) (see November 25, 2002). [US Department of State, 1/9/2003; Knight Ridder, 1/9/2003]

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