Haitians Mark May Day with Calls for Living Wages, Ouster of President Moïse

HeadlineMay 02, 2019

In Haiti, protesters filled streets of Port-au-Prince on May Day calling for an increase in the minimum wage in the Western Hemisphere’s poorest country. They also called on President Jovenel Moïse to step down over an embezzlement scandal that saw some $4.3 billion in PetroCaribe funds earmarked for social development go missing.

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