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Protests in the most impoverished country in the Americas last week were among the largest and most violent in months. Specialized units of the U.N.-backed Haitian National Police were ransacked and looted, and two police vehicles set on fire, during some of the unrest.
Anti-government demonstrations turned especially violent in February, when the United Nations said 41 people were killed and another 100 injured. Police say at least five people have been killed in clashes in the past few weeks, but Moise has given no indication he intends to resign.
Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland this week condemned all forms of violence in Haiti, and the U.N. reiterated earlier calls for calm.
“We continue to encourage all actors to refrain from violence, respect human rights, and allow the normal functioning of hospitals and emergency services, as well as the work of the humanitarians who are assisting the most vulnerable populations,” U.N. spokesman Stéphane Dujarric, said on Thursday.
U.S. Congresswoman Frederica Wilson also weighed in on the crisis, saying Haitians were fed up and Moise should leave office if the protests continue.
“We have a president of a country who the people feel is corrupt,” Wilson said at a meeting with Haitian American activists that was also attended by U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. “We’ve got to find a solution to stop the protests, or we’ve got to find a way to remove the president.”
“Haiti did not reject the offer of vaccines from Covax,” Haiti Ministry of Health General Director Laure Adrien said in a telephone interview. “All we asked was that they change the vaccine they were providing us.”