People's News Haitian police released a message saying that in a protest against the president, all prisoners in a prison in Haiti escaped from prison.
The UAE Declaration reported on the 15th that recently, in Haiti, in the northern part of the Caribbean, there was a protest against President Moiz. Violence occurred in a prison in the country, and all prisoners in the prison were jailbroken. According to reports, according to a report issued by the Haitian police, on the 12th, an anti-presidential demonstration took place in front of the Akwyn City Police Center, which has a population of 100,000 in the south of the country. As a result, there was a violent incident in a local prison. Prisoners, all escaped from prison.
The report said that Haiti is the poorest country in the Caribbean, and the country's economy is extremely difficult and poorly managed. Last week, protests took place in many areas, including the capital city of Port-au-Prince, and President Moiz resigned. Roadblocks were set up in Port-au-Prince and many towns to prevent further escalation of the protests.