Aba Martelly - Manifestation In Port-au-Prince

There has been lots of protest in Haiti calling for the resignation of Haitian president Michel Martelly, Why? La Vie Cher ak tout lot rezon nou pa konnen yo... ou konnen!

Lately, some of the protests have been headed by Haitian senator Moise Jean-Charles.

Afe pasport-a pat mache, konye-a se aba toukou... Wi pitit...

The latest protest happened over the weekend in Port-au-Prince and more is expected in the coming weeks.

anti-government rallies in several cities are being organized next week by opposition groups to denounce the cost of living and to demand compensation for the victims of the cholera epidemic.

Hmmmmmm... L'enquette se pousuit!

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Gabriel Nehemie says...

Gade pwoblem Ayiti se pa kesyon de prezidan, se yon kesyon pou tout ayisyen vire do yo bay vodou, bay sa ki mal epi remet peyi a bay Bondye

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Katchapikam Pou Plim says...

Mwen pa kwe nan kout vole deta ditou, apwe le Michel finni.

Aristid gen poul retounen sou pouvwa pou'l ka finn fe res tan pal yo ok. bon travay

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Duly Oxceva says...

Opinion pa mwen, m'pakwe se yon bon lide pou mande yon president elu demisyone.

Mwen plis kwè l-ap pibon pou mete presyon popullaire sou gouvernement an pou mande chanje nan kek fason yap

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Cj says...

Has anyone stop and think?

If the people who are calling for president Martelly to vacate office before his term is due were really relying on the government of Haiti to take care of there basic needs would have died within the first year ( when it Haiti was at it worst that I've known from history) after the january 12th earthquake and for that matter anyone that survived would have died. Haitians breath for football, we claimed it as our national sport how do we share that love for the sport if we cannot host an international/inter-carribean events for our young people to have the confidence to be able to perform else where.

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Richelle says...

Martelly pa remet anyen li dwe

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Patrick Princivil says...

There is a reason the Haitian's people are upset and try to kick out President Martelly, why?

I believe that, the hypocrites rejected Jesus and pretend accused him for blasphemy, what is the issue?

Because Lavalas's party, Unité's party and Duvalier's party are out of politic.

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Patrick Princivil says...

Listen my people!

I am born in Haïti 1961;
about my criminal record from Haïti -US-Canada: no such thing about me. I am not a crazy person who don't know I am talking about.

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Cj says...

With respect to all our people who die on january 12 earthquake, what is it going to take, another earthquake?

for these evil politi-TIANS/po-li-ti-chiens to give the country a break.

They are manipulating "these feed me now people" who don't know any better.

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Carl says...

Fe yon jan ak Moise Jean-Charles, si se pa sa ou pap fe tout tan ou la, sanzave sa se yon poizon violan li

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Colette says...


Could it possibly have anything to do with the construction of THREE soccer stadiums?

While people don't have the basics like clean drinking water, a decent home to live in, emission control from all those "tap taps", the trash on the streets that's like a full service meal for all the flies out there?

Could it have anything to do with those

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