Haiti Violent protest season has begun, Opposition leaders warn: Do not send your kids to school

Haiti Manifestation - MOPOD and the opposition leader have begun a series of violent protest in Haiti against Haitian President Michel Martelly... Car windows were smashed and a state vehicle was set on fire... Here is a warning issued by one of the leaders: "Demain se Mouvman 2, sa vle di lari bloke, pa gen lekol, tout moun kenbe pitit yo lakay yo"


Haiti Manifestation 28 Avril 2014 - Moun pran lari ap mande pou Martelly ale

TRANSLATION: Anti Martelly protestors intend to block the streets, close schools and God knows what else... They have warned parents not to send their kids to school.

In a long list of protest that MOPOD nicknames "Pote Boure," these anti-Martelly protests will not be peaceful, the Opposition warns...

The opposition has tried virtually everything to kick President Martelly out of office, nothing works, now they are tyring an old trick... VIOLENCE and CHAOS...

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David Riche says...

Thanks for your comments Friend except that we don't need any forces from other countries.

Have you forgotten what the Philippinos has done to us and this without excluding those Latinos who are raping our girls.

I think we have enough of our own troubles.

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David Elissaint says...

Bayo sa yo bezwen lan bouda yo vagabon yo ye krazed peyi bayo

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Dufresne Michel says...

Well! Well!...

There we go, the thugs are trying to disturb peace, but to me there is only one simple way to deal with them swift and drastic policy measure such as warning for none to demonstrate in the street without any permission and must be done peacefully and in a very determined and specific park or place.

If not polices from all over the country must be present to create and establish peace, law and order, if there are not enough polices for establishing peace, law and order, have some polices from neighborhood country to come to help and assist putting away those trouble makers and thugs.

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J Wag says...

This not the way to show the world that we are maturing as a country.

If you don't like a President you vote him out, you don't destroy what little bit you have trying to hurt his appearance.

You are only hurting yourself and setting the country back instead of improving you are destroying what has been built to help our

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