Opposition movements have called on the population to join the demonstrations in order to denounce the increase in insecurity, crime, corruption, and impunity across the country. They also demand the resignation of President Jovenel Moise before February next year.
Following the announcement made by President Moise in October over the holding of legislative and local elections in the upcoming months, opposition groups have also threatened not to participate in the polls.
Meanwhile, President Moise has expressed his willingness to sit down with opposition figures in order to find a consensus to solve the political crisis in the country.
#HAITI: Opposition politicians today said they have no intention of collaborating with President Jovenel Moise as they staged protest demonstrations in the capital of the French-speaking CARICOM country over the last weekend, calling for him to step down. pic.twitter.com/vzjoIo5UCW