Dirigants Tab mobilizasyon oppopsition Demokratik ki te kreye pa canditats G8, nan yon konferans pou laprès ki te bay Dimance sa a, anile grèv sa ki te pwograme pou jodi Lendi, 7 Desanm 2015. Dapre aktivis sa yo, yo te resevwa enfòmasyon ke pouvwa Tet Kale ape fè yon manèv enfiltrasyon kote ke yo ape planifye commetre vyolans epi mete responsablite a sou opozisyon an.
The strike scheduled for today, (Monday, December 7, 2015) has been cancelled by the opposition.
The organizers of the Democratic oppopsition created by the canditats of G8, at a press conference on Dimance announced the cancellation of a general strike that was scheduled for today Monday, 7 December 2015 in Haiti.
The next two days are not going to be easy for the Haitian population.
Protesters who have been demanding a reduction in the gas prices have scheduled to go on strike Monday and Tuesday in Haiti.
Many Schools and, businesses mostly in the Haitian capital is expected to be closed during these two days. Expect road blocks such as barricades and burning tire.
Kreyol Pale, Kreyol Kompran
Lower House Deputy, Arnel Belizaire, is taking his dissatisfaction with the government of Haiti to extremes. After physically assaulting Prime Minister (PM) Lamothe's representative, parliamentarian Phelito Doran, Belizaire was suspended from Parliament for two months and his wages cut by 50%.
Undeterred, he has begun a hunger strike to protest the illegitimacy of the Judiciary Superior Council President, Me Anel Alexis Joseph, whose appointment Belizaire contends poses a conflict of interest. Joseph is an intimate of P.M. Lamothe, and Belizaire believes Joseph is unduly influenced by Lamothe's political agenda.
To up the ante, Belizaire has barricaded himself in a Lower House meeting room, bringing with him a mattress, bedding, and a gun to send a message to Parliament ". . . to stop condoning the violations of the Constitution . . ." He is also demanding political prisoners be set free and wants an accounting of how Parliament is spending funds allocated to it through the United States Agency for International Development.
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