Stella Dimoko Protesters Demand For The Resignation Of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse


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Monday, September 30, 2019

Protesters Demand For The Resignation Of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse

Burned-out cars, makeshift barricades and shuttered businesses signaled a week of unrest in Haiti,with protesters demanding for the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse .........

Streets, schools and banks were closed throughout the country, bringing the economy to a standstill. Shortages of oil, power and food abound. The nation’s currency is in free fall, and allegations of corruption linked to Mr. Moïse have brought the nation to a crisis point.

“To me it is obvious: The president, particularly, doesn’t govern anything at all right now,” said Fritz Jean, a former prime minister and past governor of Haiti’s Central Bank. “In fact, we are in a state of vacancy right now.”

Mr. Moïse has not been seen publicly since Wednesday morning, when he issued a prerecorded address appealing for calm and offering to form a unity government in the aftermath of several failed attempts to appoint a new prime minister, who would be his fourth nominee in just over two years.


  1. These are people that know what they want and how to possible effect desired change, and not allowing Big brother Haiti distract them.

    1. We have been hearing this line from different I too know people. The question is what are you doing to bring about a change and leave this weak line that is now a cliche.

  2. Hmmmmm......Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world, that said. We need to be able to hold our leaders accountable for the state of the nation they are rulling....


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