Anti-Government protests in Haiti

With the Venezuelan crude spigot now closed, Washington’s enforcer, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), told Jovenel he had to raise gas prices. The result was a three-day popular explosion which was the precursor to today’s revolt

Protesters in Haiti are demanding the resignation of president Jovenel Moïse who is accused of embezzlement of 3.8 billion dollars of Venezuela’s Petrocaribe funds

Angry over rampant inflation and corruption, protesters demand the resignation of president Jovenel Moïse

Thousands participated in the countrywide anti-corruption protests demanding President Jovenel Moïse’s resignation and judicial proceedings against those responsible for the embezzlement of Petrocaribe funds.

In continuation of the strong people’s mobilization in response to the attempt to increase the price of fuels in the month of July and with the slogan of “Where is Petrocaribe money?”, various people’s sectors of Haitian society once again took to the streets on the national day of struggle, October 17.

“Resignation is a strategy of the ruling class but also inspires us to continue the movement”

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