On the 34th anniversary of the Haitian Constitution, various social and progressive organizations from across the globe demonstrated in different parts of the world in support of the struggle of the Haitian people against the de-facto president Jovenel Moïse
Islanda Micherline spoke to Capire about the alarming situation faced by the Haitian people and calls for solidarity with the country
From Haiti, Lautaro Rivara unpacks the tired trope of “poor rich Haiti,” highlighting the role of foreign capital and local elites in the destruction of life in the countryside
Understand why Haitians have been on the streets for over two months to fight for democracy and against US imperialism
The resignation of Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe deepens the political crisis within the government and adds to the internal disagreements in the ruling far-right Haitian Tèt Kale Party
Haitians demand that the US government withdraw its support for the illegitimate government of the de-facto president Jovenel Moïse, whose term officially ended on February 7, and respect the self-determination and sovereignty of the Haitian people
Hundreds of thousands of Haitians took to the streets on February 28 to demand that Jovenel Moïse, whose term officially ended on February 7, respect the constitution and step down, and that the international community respect the self-determination and sovereignty of the Haitian people
Three weeks following the breach of constitutional order, the masses in Haiti continue to demand an end to the rule of US backed president Jovenel Moïse.
Protests continue in Haiti against the dictatorship of Jovenel Moïse and the neo-colonialist, imperialist forces that back him.
Another round of massive protests took place on February 21 calling for an end to the dictatorship of Jovenel Moïse whose term was supposed to end on February 7
Since January 10, protests have been going on against Moïse’s decision to hold presidential and legislative elections on September 19.
According to the article 134-2 of the Haitian Constitution of 1987, Jovenel Moïse’s presidential term ended on February 7, however, he has refused to leave power and has unleashed brutal police repression against protesters