Haiti : Andre Michel keeps saying "Nothing is above the will of the people, not even the Constitution"

Haitian opposition leader Andre Michel who wants nothing more than for President Jovenel Moise to step down keeps repeating: "Nothing is above the will of the people, not even the Constitution!"

Haiti Constitution Creole
Haiti Constitution Creole

What is a Constitution?

A constitution is an aggregate of fundamental principles, a set or rules or established precedents that constitute the legal basis of a polity, organization or other type of entity, and commonly determine how that entity is to be governed.

A constitution is the basic law of a country.

So what is the intention of Andre Michel, an attorney at law, when he says nothing is above the will of the people, not even the Constitution?

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Yanick says...

This Andre Michel must be a crook if he is refusing to obey the Constitution.

He is more about himself than the people rights and the country best interest.

Unfortunately, the people inciting the riots do not know the meaning of the

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