This Saturday various demonstrations were present by the opposition in Haiti, which requires the departure of the president, Jovenel Moise, who keeps the country in a political, economic and social crisis, which has been exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.
According to sources close to Efe, one person died after receiving several shots, without confirming the name of the person and the motives for the crime so far; likewise, a member of the Haitian National Police Union received wounds to the arm.
During the protests, which spread across the nation, protesters set up fire barricades at various points in the city, while marching bands cheered on the participants.
For this reason, the police responded with tear gas and fired into the air to prevent the opponents from reaching the area of Pétion-Ville.
It should be noted that both the opposition parties and organizations indicated that they will continue to raise their voices so that Moise leaves his post before the February 7, 2021, although the current president has indicated that it will remain until 2022.