New Days of Strike in Haiti to Demand Measures Against Insecurity
In the midst of escalating tension, the Anti-Corruption Trade Union Brigade has declared two new strike days, scheduled for Monday, February 5, and Tuesday, February 6. This initiative, endorsed by multiple associations, aims to compel authorities to implement concrete measures to address the growing insecurity, particularly on national roads.
The announcement of these strike days comes against the backdrop of a surge in criminal activities and attacks on Haitian roads. The Anti-Corruption Trade Union Brigade, a coalition of various organizations, is resolute in amplifying the people’s voice and demanding immediate actions to ensure the safety of citizens.
The primary demands of the Anti-Corruption Trade Union Brigade revolve around the urgent need to bolster security measures on national roads. Haitian citizens are grappling with an increasing wave of violent attacks, robberies, and kidnappings, creating an atmosphere of widespread insecurity. The situation has reached a critical point, prompting the population to rally behind and support these strike days.