Haiti's political crisis disrupts economy and day-to-day life

People anxiously search for clean water, have no money to buy food, and blocked roads hinder movement.

    Protesters in Haiti say they won't back down until President Jovenel Moise resigns.

    However, Moise has refused to step down despite more than a week of unrest, sparked by anger over corruption and soaring prices.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo reports from the capital, Port-Au-Prince.


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