Protestors marched to the US embassy in a call for Washington to stop supporting the Martelly government
Thousands of militants hold both pro and anti government demonstrations
Haiti's Foreign Affairs minister said on Tuesday the United-Nations has now agreed to discuss all aspects of the consequences of the cholera epidemic blamed on UN blue berets from Nepal.
The editor of a US-based on line newspaper, Leo Joseph, who had accused Haiti's Prime minister of using his office to force a bankrupt telephone company to sell its assets below market value, agreed this week to publish a sworn declaration presenting the content of his article as fabricated.
The United-States government has called on Haitian lawmakers to pass a number of key laws likely to facilitate development goals in Haiti, calling the Caribbean country's current legislature singularly unproductive.