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Protests in Haiti continue despite speech president
In Haiti, it is Friday to new protests come after president Jovenel Moise in a speech to the nation had focused. That reports news agency HPN. In the speech, asked Moise in order to put an end to the demonstrations, in which his dismissal is sought.

There argued today thousands of activists in the capital, Port-au-Prince. "Like it or not, he must leave and go", was sung. The police used tear gas to the crowd to disperse.

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Demonstrators also created blockages in Port-au-Prince and several other cities. The traffic was hindered. Many residents were still afraid to go outside. In several districts of the capital emerges now a shortage of water.

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Moise spoke yesterday to the nation, after eight days of protest. He refuses to resign. He criticized the opposition because that money supports. Moise promised that he "the country is not in the hands of armed gangs and drug smugglers".

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