Haiti Manifestation - Moise Jean Charles and associates could not bring the people out to protest Wednesday


Moise Jean Charles - President de La Republique Jiskobou
The Haitian opposition wanted to take full advantage of what happened over the weekend by calling an emergency street protest (manifestation) on Wednesday. But it did not work as expected, they failed to bring the people out.

According to the news reports, some say about 50 people were present at the opposition street protests.

Other sources are talking about a few hundred people but I'm sure Moise Jean Charles and his associates in the opposition wanted to have a bigger impact because their goal is to get rid of President Jovenel Moise.

I don't think with 50 people in a street protest you can do that.

I dind't hear Moise Jean Charles on the radio saying "Prezidan Jovenel paka sipòte bagay saaaaaaa..." which probably means things did not go well 'sou beton an'.

What do you think?

Tags: Moise Jean-Charles, Haiti Opposition, Anti-Jovenel Protests, Haitian Politics, Newsletter

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David Grant It is fair probability that the Haitian populace have come to their senses and asking themselves why are protesting over a matter which the... see more
Reply · July 12 at 6:45 PM
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