Haiti - News : Zapping...
Jean Michel Lapin, the acting Prime Minister resigned, informs the population that importers have confirmed, the arrival Monday, September 16 of 110,000 barrels of gasoline and 155,000 other barrels of diesel are expected between 19 and 20 September.
"The talks continue with the different sectors concerned by the fuel market in order to solve this problem definitively to the satisfaction of the population [...] We ask the population to keep calm and not give in to manipulations politicians [...]" See also : https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-28749-haiti-flash-next-arrival-of-fuels-in-less-quantity-than-political-announcements.html
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On Monday, anti-government protesters erected barricades of burning tires on several major roads in the metropolitan area, including Delmas 30, Bourdon and Couch Vert paralyzing traffic and creating tension in the capital. important police device was deployed to deal with possible violence.
Motorcycle taxis paralyze traffic
On Sunday at Bon-Repos (Croix-des-Bouquets), motorcycle taxi drivers paralyzed traffic from the Sol gas station on RN #1.
Canada : Travel Advisory
After France https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-28506-haiti-news-zapping.html , it is the tuen of Canada to issue in a NOTICE to his fellow citizens wishing to travel or reside in Haiti.
"Haiti is experiencing fuel shortages. The situation has led to instances of violence across the country since September 2, 2019. Protests are expected over the next few days. Burning barricades are already disrupting traffic in the main streets of Port-au-Prince.
Avoid all unnecessary travel to Haiti. If you are in the country :
- Limit all non-essential movements
- Avoid crossing road blockades, even if they appear unattended
- Plan to have adequate water, food and fuel supplies