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Weekly newsletter of Rfc - Issue #1

Weekly newsletter of Rfc
Weekly newsletter of Rfc
The Country of Haiti and Its Crises

Repeated demonstrations against the Haitian president Jovenel Moise since February 7, 2021
Since February 7, 2021, massive demonstrations organized by the opposition have been taking place in Haiti asking the departure of Jovenel Moïse. The opposition claims his term is over but Moïse said he would remain at the helm of the country till February 7, 2022. The UN, OAS and countries such as the US agreed with  Moïse but they want him to organize legislative elections since Moïse has been using decrees to govern the country for more than a year. He is therefore viewed by the opposition as a “dictator” who must leave before it is too late. Thus, the repeated demonstrations throughout the country.
On this Sunday March 28, people are again in the streets of Port-au-Prince and multiple cities marching in favor of the current constitution as it turns 34 years old and the controversal president seeks to overhaul it.

This March 28, demonstrators are again in the streets of Port-au-Prince protesting a referendum that Jovenel Moïse wants to hold next

Protesters in the streets of the capital chanting “No, no, we will not go. No, no, we will not go. We will not go to elections until Jovenel goes to prison.”
Protesters in the streets of the capital chanting “No, no, we will not go. No, no, we will not go. We will not go to elections until Jovenel goes to prison.”
Amélie Baron
«Ce référendum est une plaisanterie car le fond du problème haïtien n'est pas un problème de constitution : depuis que les gens ont une velléité totalitaire, ils font ce qu'ils veulent», a dénoncé Michel Péan en début de parcours.
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Haïti: des milliers de manifestants dans la rue contre le projet de référendum constitutionnel
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