Violent Protests Erupt In Haiti Again
Africa's Diaspora Communities | Haiti February 7, 2021
Violent protests have erupted in Haiti again, reported some media on February 7, 2021.
The protesters are said to be supporters of the country’s opposition that is demanding President Jovenel Moïse to go. The opposition claims that the president ‘s five years term in office has ended hence should step down.
The president, however, do not think so. He reportedly argues that an interim administration was in place during the first year of his five years term in office. As such, he maintains he has one more year left of his mandate period and would not leave office until February 2022.
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