By Juhakenson Blaise and Murdith Joseph
PORT-AU-PRINCE — 1000’s joined demonstrations in Haiti’s capital and different cities Sept. 7 to protest in opposition to the rising value of dwelling, skyrocketing crime and gas scarcity, demanding for the third consecutive week the resignation of Prime Minister Ariel Henry.
Protesters began off from the Champ de Mars in downtown Port-au-Prince and marched by means of the neighborhood of Delmas to Pétion-Ville, bringing actions in all three neighborhoods to a standstill. Some demonstrators erected barricades with burning tires to dam entry to the roads. In Route de Frères, residents used massive rocks, branches to dam site visitors.
Residents of Port-au-Prince and several other different areas of Haiti took to the streets Sept. 7 in ongoing demonstrations demanding Prime Minister Ariel Henry’s resignation.
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