PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (CMC) – Haiti (resumed) President of the United States of America. 19659002] After a week of being paralyzed by acts of violence and demonstrations, schools reopened on Monday and businesses in the capital Port-au-Prince, were reopening.
Officials said public transport and taxis
Police have maintained a strong presence in the capital, the United States, and the United States of America. , and Interior Minister Jean-Marie Reynaldo Brunet said the Government of the United States of America (19659003) Brunet condemned the acts of violence against the street protest last week, adding that the street demonstrations had taken the form of urban warfare.
He warned that any destabilizing action against the backdrop of “peaceful demonstrations” will not be tolerated, and that the security agencies
Brunet said all citizens, especially those in Port-au-Prince, Les Cayes and Cap-Haitien who were seriously affected by the demonstrations and violence, should resume their normal activities.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Jean-Henry Céant, on Monday launched a program aimed at creating an estimated 50,000 temporary jobs until the end of the year
“We have decided to offer the people an alternative; we are determined to remove the people from where they are. The goal is to put 50,000 people to work to the end of the year and allow everyone to eat, “Céant said, adding that” it was only a beginning (and) the best is yet to come “
The authorities handed out shovels and brooms to the young people in their neighborhoods.
The Opposition of the President of the United States.
But in a radio and television broadcast last week, Moise dismissed calls Government of the United States of America for his resignation
“It is within the framework of the democracy that the Haitian people elected me in elections, free and honest, as they wish the constitution. During the five years of my presidency, no one, I mean nobody, whatever the pretext, can not threaten the interests of the country or the nation in danger. The strength of any democracy, it is the respect of the law, “Moise said.