Haiti: New protests against President Jovenel Moise
Thousands of anti-government protesters marched on the United Nations headquarters near the Port-au-Prince International airport on Friday to demand that the international community stop supporting President Jovenel Moise.
Opposition leader and attorney André Michel said the international community should recognize the demands of protesters as he blamed Moise for the country's economic and social problems.
"He has plunged the country into chaos," he said.
Friday's march comes after almost four weeks of protests in which 17 people have been reported killed, the economy has been largely paralyzed,
2 million children have been kept from going to school and badly needed aid has been suspended, especially to rural areas.