Port-au-Prince is at a standstill as violent protests continue over fuel shortage and a corruption scandal.
Banks, government offices and schools were closed amid protests over fuel crisis in the capital.
On Monday, students were seen walking back to their homes, during a day of tension in many parts of the city
“Here in Haiti we are in a inhumane situation. We cannot stay in this situation. We must get rid of this government, that is the reason why we are in the streets protesting”, an angry protester said.
Another said “we want President Jovenel Moise to leave. He has not done anything for us.
Today is Monday, and the school is (not) open, and you see me, a parent, standing there burning tires, and I don’t have the means to send my kids to school.”