BINUH will be run by a Special Representative,to assist Government of Haiti with planning elections; training the Haitian National Police on human rights.
Haiti articles on Democracy Chronicles
Haiti today has a fragile democracy, at best. The country’s inequality is stark and it has ranked as the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere for decades. Also check out our articles on South America, Central America or Cuba.
Hundreds of journalists wearing white T-shirts participated in a silent march Sunday to demand justice for their murdered colleague.
Anti-corruption activists, millennials, students and media-savvy young professionals are demanding President Jovenel Moise be brought to justice.
The protesters were demanding President Jovenel Moise’s resignation over allegations of fraud and mismanagement of government funds.
Senator Youri Latortue says privately-owned media and the government should work together to allow the press to fulfill its mission without constraints.
Calls between a prominent Haitian senator and a notorious gang leader has piqued the interest of the Haitian parliament’s Justice and Security Commission.
Businesses and government offices slowly reopened across Haiti after more than a week of violent demonstrations over prices that have doubled for food.
Haiti’s PM in an anticipated address to the nation, gave detailed measures aimed at resolving the economic crisis that prompted massive nationwide protests.
Hundreds of Haitians protested in the streets of the capital, Port-au-Prince, for the ninth consecutive day Friday, despite the president’s plea.
“The country is getting ready to explode!” Haiti’s newly elected Senate Leader Carl Murat Cantave said during a midday press conference Thursday.