Haiti Protests

Haiti is bracing for fresh round of protests amid calls for President Jovenel Moïse to resign. Opposition leaders have called for a nationwide mass protests this week to paralyze the country's economy as they press for Moïse to give up power. Haitians are angry about what they say is public corruption, spiralling inflation as well as a dwindling supply of gasoline that has forced many gas stations in the capital to close as suppliers demand the cash-strapped government pay them more than $100 million owed.Police fired live rounds and tear gas as they clashed with protesters in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, on Friday.

For more on this, Channel Africa spoke to Etzer Emile, Haitian Economist.