"Moise is clinging to power when the priority must be to promote economic, social, and political development," opposition Democratic and Popular Sectors Coalition's leader Andre Michel said.
"His term is over. It began when President Michel Martelly's government expired five years ago, in February 2016," he recalled.
However, Moise insists that he must remain in power for another year. He claims his government started in 2017 because of the chaotic electoral process that forced an interim president's appointment from 2016 to 2017.
Holding parliamentary elections to reactivate the Congress, which has been dissolved for a year, is another opposition's demands.
#HAITI: Haiti is bracing for widespread protests as opposition leaders demand that President Jovenel Moïse step down next month as an increasingly tired and angry population worries he is amassing too much power as he enters his second year of rule by decree. pic.twitter.com/siaPff5pgj