President Jovenel Moise has to GO, opposition organizations are still demanding in Haiti

Some political organizations who oppose president Jovenel Moise are still asking him to resign following the October 17 street protest that brought out hundreds of thousands of people in the streets across the country.

President Jovenel Moise - Bullseye (target)
President Jovenel Moise - Bullseye (target)

While most of the protesters were asking "Where is the PetroCaribe Money?" Others had a different agenda.

To the opposition in Haiti who believes the streets (lari a) is what dictates whether a democratically elected president stays in power of goes into exile, they claim President Jovenel has no more credibility and "fol ki ale!" (he has to go).

Their plan so far is a transitional government after Jovenel is forced to resign.

Hmmmm....

What do you think about that?

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Marie Gaillard says...

Yup he has to go
He is a very big

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