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Journalist and A Security Guard Shot by Jean Marie Ralph Féthière

Journalist and A Security Guard Shot by Jean Marie Ralph Féthière

Outside the country’s parliament, A Haitian senator reportedly shot two men, including a photojournalist, Monday among crisis in the nation.

Sen. Jean Marie Ralph Féthière opened fire while facing a crowd of violent protesters on the following day of failed attempts by the government to verify the Fritz William Michel nominated as the new prime minister, based on the newspaper.

The senators have to leave parliament without a vote.

Féthière allegedly drew his gun outside of the building and warned the crowd that if they didn’t let him go away, he would shoot, based on Senator Patrice Dumont.

The gunfire struck Related Press photographer Chery Dieu-Nalio, who managed to snap a photograph of the senator with his handgun drawn.

Dieu-Nalio was wounded in the face by bullet fragments, and hospitalized and is anticipated to survive.

One other man, Leon Leblanc, a security guard, and driver, also suffered non-life threatening injuries, the report stated.

Protesters reportedly swarmed Haiti’s parliament Monday as part of a more significant movement towards Haitian President Jovenel Moïse and the government for a diminishing quality of life aided by a severe fuel shortage and the increasing cost of living, The Guardian mentioned.

He also claimed he was unaware there was a journalist around, regardless of Dieu-Nalio carrying a jacket with the phrase “Press” and a helmet, the newspaper stated.

Moïse has reportedly tried to force via Michel’s appointment to leave the country and speak at this week’s UN conferences.

As senators left Monday without the appointment, they had been greeted by protester shouts of “thief, thief, thief.”

The senate president, Carl Murat Cantave, who was vital of the police handling of the chaotic crowds, had rocks thrown at him.

Senator Jean Rigaud Belizaire also stated the Senate’s rooms had been smeared with a liquid resembling feces, the report stated.

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