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.
In response to protests, Moïse’s government has cracked down on opposition, arresting several leaders and unleashing violent repression on protesters in the streets.
Haitian trade unions protested outside the Education Ministry to denounce the irresponsibility with which Minister Pierre Josué Agénor Cadet decided to reopen the school activities in the country.
Haitian activist and economist Jean Jores Pierre explores the history of the PetroCaribe Agreement and its relationship to anti-corruption protests in the country
The shooting between the Haitian police and military in the capital Port-au-Prince on February 23 left two dead and a dozen injured
2019 saw historic revolts against the neoliberal economic model that favors the elite and wealthy while making life precarious and miserable for the working-class
Chavannes Jean Baptiste talks about the factors behind the current people’s rebellion in Haiti and the different proposals on the way forward
Calling for strengthening the people’s resistance, a week-long call for action has been given.
Haitians are continuing to occupy the streets of the capital city Port-au-Prince and other main provincial cities demanding the resignation of president Jovenel Moise.