The high court in Nairobi will issue a ruling on a legal challenge to the deployment of 1,000 Kenyan police forces to Haiti as part of a “multinational force.” The US and UN-backed mission has been condemned as yet another attempt to undermine the sovereignty of the Haitian people.
A UN Security Council vote authorized the deployment of 1,000 Kenyan police officers to Haiti, a move seen by some Kenyans as a violation of sovereignty and part of the United States’ neo-colonial agenda.
Movements propose transitional government and cooperation with the Global South to rebuild the country
In light of the postponement of elections in previous years, many Haitians doubt that the creation of the transition council will guarantee elections this year as scheduled
Amid an increase in political violence and human rights violations, Haitian women will denounce the governments of Ariel Henry and his Dominican counterpart Luis Abinader
After an increase in murders, attacks and criminalization against journalists, they will mobilize in the capital Port-au-Prince to demand guarantees for life
Thousands have been mobilizing against de-facto President Ariel Henry’s request for foreign occupation disguised as international military assistance
In the capital Port-au-Prince, thousands marched to the US embassy to demand an end to the US intervention but before reaching the embassy, they were repressed by the police with tear gas.
Citizens flooded the streets across Haiti in rejection of President Ariel Henry’s request for international military assistance, demanding that foreign powers stop interfering in Haiti
Activist and journalist Jackson Jean spoke to Peoples Dispatch about the current situation in the country and the history of crises caused by foreign military interventions.
For the past two months, the people of Haiti have been on the streets to protest rampant inflation and currency devaluation, demanding Henry’s resignation. These protests intensified this week following his request for foreign military support
Following the call by de-facto leader Ariel Henry for international military aid to resolve the crisis of gang violence in Haiti, movements across the world have rallied in defense of the Haitian people’s right to sovereignty