Haitian police, protesters clash; Jovenel Moise calls for unity
Police officers on Saturday fired rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters who blocked roads and set fires at Delmas in Port-au-Prince. Several people were injured.
It was the latest unrest during more than a year of protests calling for the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse over corruption charges.
Jovenel Moise marked Saturday by appealing for unity and laying a wreath on the 214th anniversary of the death of Haiti’s first independent ruler, Jean-Jacque Dessalines.