New day of ''peyi lòk'' in Port-au-Prince and some provincial towns

Haiti is in Peyi Lock mode once again... All activities were stalled on Monday, September 16th in the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince and in the main provincial cities of the country. Another day of '' peyi lòk '' despite the call for calm and the promise of a new gas supply from the government, Le Nouvelliste reports.

PHOTO: Haiti Pays Lock - Haitian Police vs a group of Protesters
PHOTO: Haiti Pays Lock - Haitian Police vs a group of Protesters

Schools, public and private transport, public administration, commercial banks, gas pumps, trade ... all activities were paralyzed in Port-au-Prince on Monday, September 16th. The main roads were barricaded.

The fuel shortage that is in its fourth week, members of the population have blocked the streets to express their anger at a set of deprivations of basic services and to demand the resignation of President of the Republic Jovenel Moïse who is becoming more and more rare.

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