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Haitians protest their president in English as well as Creole, indicting US for its role in country's political crisis

By Tamanisha John, Ph.D. Candidate of International Relations, Florida International University
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Haitian president Jovenel Moïse is accused of overstaying his term, embezzling funds and dismantling parliament. Protests are a hallmark of his presidency – but the language of them has changed.


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