On 22 July 2021, violent protests in the coastal city of Cap-Haitien continued in the lead-up to the funeral of President Jovenel Moïse. Protesters erected roadblocks composed of burning tires and fired shots in the air to demand justice for the assassinated president. A vehicle belonging to a heavily armed police convoy nearly flipped over as it attempted to break through a flaming barricade. Demonstrators also marched peacefully throughout Cap-Haitien. Additional violent protests are likely to occur on 23 July in conjunction with Moïse’s funeral.