by Kim Ives
"Managing [President René] Préval will remain challenging during the
remainder of his term yet doing so is key to our success and that of Haiti,"
wrote then U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Janet Sanderson in a Jun.
by Kim Ives (Haiti Liberte)
After a day of tension marked by gunfire and crowd stampedes, Haiti's
Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) announced around 9 p.m. on Dec. 7 the
"preliminary results" of the deeply flawed Nov. 28 general elections.
The top three presidential candidates were former Sen.
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