Haiti Peyi Lock - Haiti News and Top Stories

"Peyi Lock" in Haiti means the country is on lock down. Peyi Lock is a term made famous in Haiti by the political opposition during the presidency of Jovenel Moise.

Whenever you hear Peyi Lock in Haiti it means the country is locked, there are barricades everywhere and the people cannot go about their business.


 

"Mirebalais tounen Grand Ravine," Mirebalais Haiti loses its reputation

Place Publique la nan Ville Mirebalais, Haiti A group of women from the Centre department of Haiti are assembled in a beauty salon complaining about how much they are affraid to go through Mirebalais, a city they must go through to reach Port-au-Prince. more »

Peyi Lock - Nowadays it is not prudent to share the good news about Haiti for fear of repression, Read this true story...

Students in Haiti coming from school I told a friend of mine that school was open in my neck of the woods in Haiti and he replied with the most shocking answer. "I don't think I will mention your city name on my radio program," he said, "Because I don't want the others to come and cause problems for you." more »

Haitian students slowly returning to school amid ongoing political crisis

Lekol Lage - Haitian Students returning home from school Haitian students are slowly returning to back school in some parts of the country despite political problems that has put Haiti in a "Peyi Lock" (lockdown) mode the past few months. more »

Peyi Lock - Haiti Education Ministry taking steps so students do not loose the school year completely

PHOTO: Haiti - Elev Lekol Piblik nou yo (Public School Students) Nearly two months after Haitian school children have been unable to go to school due to political instability and barricaded streets, the Ministry of Education is trying to come up with a plan to save the school year. more »

Peyi Lock - Even Toothpaste is in short supply on supermarket shelves in Haiti!

things that make you go hmmm The political opposition in Haiti has done such a wonderful job crippling the country's economy these days that even toothpaste is in short supply at the local supermarket. more »

Best Western Premier Haiti Hotel Closing Its Doors at the end of this month

Hotel Best Western Premier Petion-ville Haiti Wow! Haiti is CLOSED for Business! The management of the Best Western Premier Petion-Ville Hotel announced Monday it is clolsing its operations as of October 31, 2019. Obviously, all this "Peyi Lock" phenomenon is like an earthquake. This is one of the aftershocks! more »

Haiti Peyi Lock, manje pa ka rantre lavil, neg andeyo ap byen pase!

Yon plat mayi moulen, sos pwa ak legim san vyann There is an advantage to living in a Haitian province close to the countryside, you get fresh plant based foods everyday at the local market whether or not Port-au-Prince is in ""Peyi Lock" mode. more »

Confessions of a young Haitian-American stuck in "Peyi Lock" Haiti!

Black Smoke in the skies above Haiti from Haitian-American stuck in Peyi Lock Haiti, 30 September 2019 Port-au-Prince, Peyi Lock Haiti, September 30th, 2019 -- I was laying down on my bed, I looked out the window and noticed that the sky was completely grey. Now, this is interesting because just a minute ago the sky was blue and clear. more »

New day of ''Peyi Lock'' in Port-au-Prince Haiti and some major cities

Haiti Peyi Lock - Haitian Police confronting a group of Protesters Haiti is in Peyi Lock mode once again... All activities were stalled on Monday, September 16th in the metropolitan area of Port-au-Prince and in the main provincial cities of the country. Another day of '' peyi lòk '' despite the call for calm and the promise of a new gas supply from the government, Le Nouvelliste reports. more »

Are Haitian politicians being paid to destroy our National Holidays, a Haitian asks on Social Media

Mad Haitian This is what all Haitian holidays have become lately, including Christmas and New Year: a day of protest, manifestation and revolution. One Haitian asks on social media: Are Haitian Politicians being paid to destroy our National Holidays? more »