Today and tomorrow, travelers in urban centers, including Buenos Aires, should avoid all demonstrations related to an ongoing 72-hour strike by teachers. Yesterday, a large protest was held at Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires. While further demonstrations have not yet been announced, they are likely to take place in major public squares and outside government buildings. The CTERA and Conadu teachers’ unions have called the strike over wage-related issues.
Today and tomorrow, travelers should minimize movement during planned antigovernment protests due to the credible risk of violence. Demonstrations to demand the resignation of President Jovenel Moise have occurred in Port-au-Prince and other urban centers since February 7. Associated gatherings have often involved roadblocks as…