At least 133 people were killed and 551 injured during opposition-led protests between October 2018 and December 2019, according to the United Nations.
Of the 133 dead, 60 were killed by the police, including seven women and two children, the U.N. said in a report released Monday. The other 73 were murdered by gang members or unidentified armed individuals.
The opposition’s last protest was on Friday, no deaths were reported. They plan to take to the streets again and assemble in front of the United States Embassy in Tabarre, Port-au-Prince on Wednesday, said Andre Michel, the democratic sector’s spokesperson.