Anti-Government Manifestation in Haiti - Protesters asking Laurent Lamothe to resign

There was another protest in Haiti this Thursday, 19 June 2014 and this time the demand was for Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe to leave office, according to Depute Arnel Belizaire who seems to be "a la tèt" of the latest anti-government protest in Haiti...


Depute Arnel Belizaire ak bèl abiman wouj li...

Haiti Press networks reports...

Hundreds of anti-government protesters took to the streets of capital capital Port-au-Prince to demand the departure of President Michel Martelly. At the head of the protesters was Depute Arnel Belizaire a fierce opponent of the Martelly-Lamothe administration.

Haitian street protest sign ask our forefather Dessalines to curse all the sons and daughters of Petion
Depute Arnel Belizaire, machette a la main, nan Manifestation Haiti Jeudi 19 Juin 2014
Haiti anti-government protesters
Haiti anti-government protesters
Haiti anti-government protesters
Depute Arnel Belizaire ak bèl abiman wouj li...

"This event is made especially to demand the departure of Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe," said the member Arnel Belizaire.

The protesters were supposed to head to Petion-ville but the latest news reports suggest that it did not happen

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Marc Museau says...

I sincerely believe that this individual is an idiot.

In what civilize country in twenty first century will go to a manifestation with weapon of mass destruction Be side that deputy should know better since he is a person of

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Bonito says...

I'm sure the Honorable deputy Belizaire along with the folks accompanying him in this march or protestation have just cause to be manifesting.

Often times it is purely out of comfort and cowardice that we chose not to take a stand for what we beleive and against that which we find to be to our detriment or intolerable.

It is of course sad that after 214 years since we as people have declared our independence from bondage that we should have to resume to these rather primitive ways to voice our concerns.

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