As they have done each year since President Jovenel Moise took office by decree, members of the opposition groups will take to the streets on Oct. 17 to denounce his government.
Babies shot dead, gangland massacres, murders and beatings mark prolonged period of mayhem not seen since era of coups.
Members of Haiti’s high court said they did not prohibit attorneys who marched to denounce Monferrier Dorval’s death from joining the annual judicial reopening ceremony, as had been reported, they said in a note published on Tuesday.
A group of protesting politicians flung rocks at police officers, who then responded by launching tear gas, near Champ-de-Mars park on Monday. No deaths or injuries were reported.
A group of allegedly comprising police officers set a government building on fire and shot into the streets Monday in a move to gain the release of former police officer Jean-Pascal Alexandre. The violence came after the group threatened to kill residents and burn government buildings on Tripotay Lakay’s YouTube channel Saturday.
Haitian National Police (PNH) officers dressed in civilian clothing burned at least three vehicles in Nazon, Port-au-Prince on Saturday. The officers were protesting the arrest of five colleagues arrested for abandoning their post in front of Monferrier Dorval’s house.
A student, Delca Lavaud, was shot in the leg and TV reporter Hérode Exius was injured by tear gas during another day of protest in Port-au-Prince on Thursday.
Duvalier, who many believe will be a presidential contender in 2022, is against the idea that a democratically-elected president be ousted from power.
Organizations Throughout the Americas Show Solidarity with Haitian Citizens in Fight Against Corruption
200 plus organizations throughout Latin and South America sign open letter to Haitian citizens calling for the ouster of President Jovenel Moise
Port-au-Prince (AFP) – Whether using social media to fight corruption or marching in protests that have brought the country to…