Haiti Peyi Lock

"Peyi Lock" in Haiti means the country is on lock down. Peyi Lock is a term made famous in Haiti by the political opposition during the presidency of Jovenel Moise.

Students in Haiti coming from school

Students in Haiti coming from school

Here is a picture of students in Haiti coming from school in the Plateau Central department at a time when Haiti is on Peyi Lock mode.

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Black Smoke in the skies above Haiti from Haitian-American stuck in Peyi Lock Haiti, 30 September 2019

Black Smoke in the skies above Haiti from Haitian-American stuck in Peyi Lock Haiti, 30 September 2019

Look at this photo... Black smoke rising in the skies above Haiti from tires burning in the streets of Port-au-Prince Monday, September 30th, 2019, during a protest against the Haitian president Jovenel Moise.

Photo send by a Young Haitian-American who found himself stuck in a country on lock down mode. Read the related article for the full story.

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Haiti Peyi Lock - Haitian Police confronting a group of Protesters

Haiti Peyi Lock - Haitian Police confronting a group of Protesters

Here is the scene at Carrefour Aeroport, Delmas, Haiti, on a day of Peyi Lock. this time people are complaining about the lack ot gasoline and diesel at the pumps

Photo: Le Nouvelliste, Monday, September 17 2019

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Haiti Peyi Lock - Additional information:

Whenever you hear Peyi Lock in Haiti it means the country is locked, there are barricades everywhere and the people cannot go about their business.