CAP-HAITIEN — To D’jerby Raphaël, a medical student based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti is just a place where people live — not a real country — since the state is not able to govern.
“Pa gen leta,” he said in Creole, a phrase often heard around Haiti. “There is no state.”
With Haiti falling deeper into crises in the year after the Moïse assassination, some Haitians said a revolution, mostly of the mind, is needed.
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