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iciHaiti - Petit-Goâve The RN2 blocked, passengers from the South launch an S.O.S...
28/04/2021 10:47:21

iciHaiti - Petit-Goâve  The RN2 blocked, passengers from the South launch an S.O.S...
Passengers from Grand'Anse and the South have not been able to travel to Petit Goâve since Sunday. In addition, the "Madan Sara" are asking the demonstrators to open a passage so that they can go and sell their products in Port-au-Prince. Because their goods are rotting and other passengers are hungry and do not know what to do.

Traffic is practically impossible on the National Road #2, blocked by barricades of flaming tires and trucks put across the road by the population (the RN2 is also blocked at Vialet and 2nd Plain) following the kidnapping in Delmas in the afternoon of April 25 by armed men of Wilkenn Dicette, the Coordinator of the CASEC of the Second Plain of Petit-Goâve The highly motivated population blocked the city center and condemned this new kidnapping, requiring the unconditional release of Wilkenn Dicette.

On Monday, the demonstrators declared that everything will be paralyzed in Petit-Goâve : school, shops, public and private administration. Some protesters threatened to set fire to everywhere if the hostage was not released

The Boards of Directors of the Communal Sections of the commune of Petit-Goâve express their solidarity with their kidnapped colleague.

IH/ iciHaiti / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondent Petit-Goâve)

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