Haiti unrest: Protesters call for PM's resignation

A vote of confidence has been scheduled in the parliament for Saturday, but there is intense pressure on the prime minister to step down before then.

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    Haiti's prime minister is facing increasing calls to step down, after days of violent demonstrations sparked by plans to raise fuel prices.

    There were peaceful protests across the country on Wednesday - and more are expected later this week in the run-up to a vote of confidence in the national assembly.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Port-au-Prince.


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