Many Human Rights groups in Haiti are from the radical opposition, President Jovenel said

There are many organizations in Haiti that people consider to be human rights groups but, in reality, they are just members of the radical opposition, Haitian president Jovenel Moise said.

In an interview to Al Jazeera recently, the president said these so called Haitian human rights activists are just people who want to cling to power by any means except via democratic elections. They just pretend to be human rights groups.

Would you agree with president Jovenel on this?

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Patrick Princivil says...

Mwen mandé nèg opozisyon yo anpil éskiz.

Mwen pat konnen si sété konsa PHTK ak tout Jovenel Moise té vòlò ak ansasen.

Mwen blamé opozisyon an tou.

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