The leader of the Lòd Demokratik (Democratic Order) party warned that the new Constitution, which must be approved in a plebiscite on June 27, could plunge the country into instability for the next 50 years.
He also expressed his distrust of the international community, which criticized the lack of transparency and inclusion of the process, although it has not adopted other measures for the time being.
Moïse Jean Charles, leader of the Pitit Dessalines party, delivered a similar speech, even encouraging the population to burn the electoral materials that arrived recently in the country and calling for a revolt.
He also criticized the position of Western countries that openly reject the referendum, but then provide access to the necessary supplies to carry it out.
These positions have multiplied in recent days, however, even the opposition has not been able to form a unitary bloc against the Government, and the structures created for these purposes are dissolved without achieving concrete results.
While frictions between the opponents continue, the Government makes progress in accomplishing the controversial referendum and on Wednesday it confirmed the electoral calendar that also includes general elections for mid-September.