Even before the crucial date of June 9, the spirits are already warming up in some corners of the capital. To the reactions of the engaged and angry citizens, the mobilization of the next Sunday promises to be historic
Friday, June 7, 2019 ((rezonodwes.com)) – In anticipation of the mobilization of the Sunday, the barometer of the streets of Port-au- Prince is already showing disturbing numbers.
Early on Friday, fiery tires were noticed at strategic points in the city center. On the outskirts of the National Palace, clashes between police and protesters forced schoolchildren and passers-by to take shelter to avoid throwing stones. Other curious people also urged to return home.
In the entourage of the Rex Theater, an exhibition followed by a sit-in organized by the petrochallengers augured a tense atmosphere for the day of 9 June. Protesters were already announcing the colors at the approach of the fateful date by targeting personalities cited in the report of the Court of Accounts and Administrative Litigation, observed Rezo Nòdwès.
In Bourdon, employees of the Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation were on their guard. Barricades were erected on the road as a sign of dissatisfaction with the disastrous management bequeathed by the resigning minister Jean Claudy Pierre, summed up strikers.
A similar picture was also drawn up on Christophe Avenue. Employees of the Directorate General of Taxes, for the eighth time, observed a work stoppage to require a salary increase. The mobilization went beyond the limits of the central office of the DGI to conquer other contingent spaces, one could observe. The Martin Luther King Avenue echoed the protesters' claims because of the traffic jams.
In precarious neighborhoods, the suspense is at its height. At Bel Air, overflows were reported.
supermarkets, customers emptied the shelves to protect themselves from essential needs
and make sure you refuel at gas stations to adjust
to a possible '' Country lock ''.