Gas Prices in Haiti

What if President Trump causes oil prices to go up in the world, what does that mean for Haiti?

I just read a disturbing article about how US president Trump is about to send world oil prices soaring even higher... First thing that comes to my mind is: What does that mean for Haiti?

Haiti - The price of fuel has not change and will not change. Stop poisoning the people's mind, " Prime Minister said.

Pri gaz la pa chanje e li pap chanje. Sispann entoksike pèp la (the price of fuel has not change and will not change. Stop poisoning the people's mind,) " Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant said.

After the Gas Protests : Some Haitian Journalists criticize president Jovenel Moise for addressing the nation sitting down

Listening to Haitain radio Sunday after the violent street protests following a sharp increase in gas prices, some journalist are upset because President Jovenel was too confortable during his national address.

Haiti Government Minister confirms cancellation of decision to raise gas prices

Haitian communication minister, Guyler C. Delva, confirms a government note release to suspend the decision to raise gas prices in Haiti following violent protest in Haiti days after the decision.

NOTICE : Haiti - New Prices for Gasoline, Diesel and Kerosene effective July 07 2018

Here is the the official Government notice fixing the new prices of Gasoline, Diesel, and Kerozene in Haiti starting 07 July 2018... Read them and weep...

False rumor that Gas Prices went up at the pump in Haiti creates panic in Port-au-Prince (AUDIO)

According to Haitian Journalist Esau César, some ill-intentioned individual who wants nothing more than to create chaos in Haiti released false information that gas prices went up at the pump Thursday, "epi sa w tande a, DEBLOZAY," the journalist said.

Manifestation In Haiti against increase in gas prices

Many Haitian citizens took to the streets of Friday, 18 May 2018, to protest against the announcement of the increase in gas prices.

90 percent of the fuel subsidy in Haiti goes to 20 percent of the richest people, Communication minister says

Ninety percent of the fuel subsidy (subvention gas) in Haiti goes to 20 percent of the richest people, the government cannot continue to finance those who can purchase fuel in the country, Haiti communication minister Guyler C. Delva said.

President Jovenel will fall from power if he raises gas prices, ex Senator Edo Zenny said

Damned if you do, damned if you don't... President Jovenel Moise is in a tough situation. President Jovenel Moise will fall from power if he raises gas prices, ex Senator Edo Zenny said. But there are consequences if he doesn't.

Haiti Gas Prices NOT going up, Communication Minister says

The Haitian government took a precautionary measure to squash a rumor spreading on social media over the weekend that gas prices went up or was about to go up in the country.