Haitian Prime Minister Garry Conille submitted his resignation Friday, President Michel Joseph Martelly announced.
Conille just assumed the position in October after being ratified by the country's Senate.
The prime minister is a former United Nations development specialist and previously served as chief of staff for former President Bill Clinton, the special U.N. envoy in Haiti. In that role, he was involved in international aid delivery to Haiti following the devastating earthquake in 2010.
In a post on his official Facebook page, Martelly said only that his office received Conille's resignation.
Martelly is expected to address the nation Friday evening.