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Manifestation in Port-au-Prince Haiti Friday 06 Dec in the direction of U.S. Embassy

United States Embassy Haiti's opposition has announces a march towards the U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince Friday, 06 December, 2019, to force the United States to let go of president Jovenel Moise. more »

Haitian opposition leaders are unloved by the people of Haiti, Le Nouvelliste said

Haiti Street Protest - Moise Jean Charles en route to the US Embassy in Port-au-Prince Haiti "Even if opposition leaders lead the anti-JovenelMoise movement, they must know that they are unloved," an newspaper article from Le Nouvelliste reads. more »

The opposition in Haiti sucks big time, frustrated Haitians are saying

Opposition Day Grand Opening Inside the Haitian Government In other democratic countries, the opposition keeps an eye on the missteps of the politicians in power to advance their cause. In Haiti it is different. In Haiti the opposition is more like "wete ko'w pou m mete kò m" (move aside so I can take your place). more »

Haiti Anti-Government Protests Lose Momentum

From tens of thousands of protesters in the Streets of Haiti to only a few hundred Sunday November 10, 2019, It seems the anti government protests in Haiti is loosing momentum. more »

Haiti opposition still divided over what to do should President Jovenel resign

Haiti: Fanmi Lavalas di yo PA rekonèt Jovenel Moise kom prezidan peyi a The opposition in Haiti made an attempt to come up with a unanimuos decision over who should replace President Jovenel Moise if and when he decides to submit his resignation but that didn't happen. Fanmi Lavalas is opposed. more »

The opposition announces another week of street protests and roadblocks in Haiti

Andre Michel during Operation The opposition in Haiti, via Andre Michel, announced yet another week of barricades, roadblocks and protests to force President Jovenel Moise to resign. more »

Fact: The right to protest overrides all other rights of the people of Haiti

PHOTO: Haitian Street Protester with baricade of fire behind him Red Alert... Millions of people in Haiti who are NOT protesting in the streets are taken hostage by those who are claiming their constitutional right to protest, as if the rest of us have no constitutional right to live in peace. more »

Let the Children go to back school, Haiti Education minister told the opposition

Haiti Education: President Jovenel Moise and a Haitian Student Education Minister Pierre Josue Agenor Cadet made a plea to the opposition and the people in the streets protesting to Haiti's school children a change to go back to school. more »

Haitian protesters burn down a radio station owned by Depute Majority Leader Jean Wilson Hyppolite

Angry protesters burned down the premises of the Radio Excellence FM, a radio station in Leogane Haiti owned by Depute Jean Wilson Hyppolite, a supporter of President Jovenel Moise and the president of the majority bloc in the lower house of parliament, the Chambre des Depute. more »

Leogane Haiti - Protesters set fire to the Town Hall and attempt to burn down the Police Station

Haitian protesters in the street setting a lot of tires on fire On Thursday October 17 2019, protesters set fire to the Town Hall (La Mairie) in Leogane Haiti. They also burned down the court house (Tribunal de Paix) and many other institutions in the city, according to news reports. more »