Protesters demand resignation of president Jovenel Moise
Thousands of protesters denouncing corruption have paralyzed much of Port-au-Prince as they demand the removal of President Jovenel Moise,while police reported 2 people killed and 5 injured. .
Demonstrators burned tires and threw stones during Sunday’s march in the capital, where the scent of burning rubber filled the air.
Many stores and gas stations were closed and travel between some cities was impeded as protesters blocked roadways with cars, stones and other large objects.
The protesters are demanding further investigation into the fate of funds that resulted from subsidized oil shipments from Venezuela.
Protesters came from a wide cross section of society, including political parties, religious groups and community activists.