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Haiti - The opposition plans to squeeze some more for force President Jovenel to resign

Andre Michel makes every attempt to get rid of President Jovenel Moise Immiediately after the press conference of President Jovenel Moise where he made it clear he will not resign, barricades went up in many parts of the capital. more »

Jovenel Moise had good intentions but his hands are tied, King Kino said

Haitian President Jovenel Moise visits an electrical substation in Tabarre Singer King Kino said he is conscious that perhaps president Jovenel Moise was really willing to do something for the country but hands are tied because he took money from the rich in Haiti to run his campaign. more »

King Kino warns the corrupt upper class in Haiti: "One day the people will come after you!"

King Kino in the Haitian Artists protest against President Jovenel Moise Phantoms singer Pierre Raymond Divers alias King Kino sent a big warning to members of Haiti's upper class in Haiti manufacturing bad politicians and tolerating ongoing corruption in the country: "One day the people will come after you," King Kino said. more »

Government vs Opposition: Which is disrupting everyday life in Haiti?

Haiti's Divided Opposition: Moise Jn-Charles vs. Youri Latortue vs. Reginald Boulos In an evening radio program in Haiti, a journalist raised this question: Between the Haitian government trying to maintain power and the opposition trying to take power, which one is preventing the people of Haiti from living their everyday life? more »

President Jovenel has 2 hours to submit resignation letter or it's Grenadier a l'Assault, Senator Evaliere Beauplan said

Evaliere Beauplan gives President Jovenel an ultimatum, Resignation letter or Grenadier a l'Assaut Senator Evalliere Beauplan announces the last battle that will finally get President Jovenel Moise to resign from office. President Jovenel will have 2 hours Friday to submit his resignation letter to the opposition or it's Grenadier a l'Assault, we're going to get him, Senator Evaliere Beauplan said. more »

Senator Youri Latortue minimizes new 7 Members Team by President Jovenel to conduct dialogue with opposition

Senator Youri Latortue wants the resignation of Jovenel Moise as President of Haiti Senator Youri Latortue made it clear that he would prefer President Jovenel's resignation instead of this new 7 members team he just put in place to attempt a dialogue with opposition in a recent tweeter message Wednesday. more »

Rony Timothee: Jovenel Moise cannot go to Pont-Rouge on October 17th even if deploys every unit of PNH

Jovenel Moise pap ka ake Pont Rouge le 17 Octobre,  Declaration Rony Timothee "Jovenel cannot go to Pont Rouge on October 17th even if he deploys every unit of the Haitian National Police force," Rony Timothee said on a radio station in the capital. Listen to this audio. more »

Haiti enters its 4th week of violent and deadly protests

Haitian protesters in the street setting a lot of tires on fire Just yesterday a neighbor asked: Has it been a month since the protests started in Haiti. It is in fact approaching a month. The country entered its fourth week of anti-government protests that have paralyzed the economy and shuttered schools, an article in the New York times read. more »

Andre Michel: The OAS does not support Democracy because it support Jovenel Moise, Protest in front of OAS Petionville Wednesday

Andre Michel during Operation Andre Michel. one of the loud voices of the radical opposition in Haiti claims The Organization of American States (OAS, OEA in French) is not supporting Democracy because it supports Jovenel Moise. Andre Michel call for a street protest in front of OAS headquarters in Petionville Wednesday. more »

MINUJUSTH stands ready to support peaceful solutions, devised by Haitians, to find a way out of the political crisis

MINUJUSTH taking over where MINUSTAH left off On 4 October, as part of a demonstration in front of MINUJUSTH's headquarters in Port-au-Prince, a delegation handed the mission a letter addressed to the United Nations Secretary-General. The document, signed by seven senators, three deputies, and two mayors, was delivered to the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General in Haiti, as well as to the office of the Secretary-General in New York. more »