Las protestas de Haití contra el gobierno del presidente Jovenel Moise continúan desde septiembre.

Los violentos enfrentamientos entre la policía y los manifestantes ocurrieron el viernes pasado cuando se mudaron al Palacio Presidencial para reafirmar su llamado a la renuncia de Moise.

Las últimas protestas, que comenzaron en septiembre en la ciudad capital de Puerto Príncipe y se extendieron por todo el país, están alimentadas por la persistente escasez de alimentos y combustible, el anuncio de Moise de devaluación monetaria y corrupción dentro del gobierno.

Como informaron los grupos de oposición, al menos cuatro personas murieron y decenas resultaron heridas en manifestaciones, manifestaciones y bloqueos de calles en Puerto Príncipe y otras ciudades del país.

Las protestas en curso han paralizado prácticamente todas las actividades en el país. Las escuelas, las instituciones públicas y muchas empresas están cerradas.

 

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