Haiti's presidential election process has been cancelled, postponed, and decried as fraudulent for nearly a year. Now, it faces a hurricane.
VICE News journalist Nilo Tabrizy joined 'On The Line' to answer your questions about the turmoil over the presidency in Haiti.
VICE News was there for the election of Haiti's new interim president, witnessing Jocelerme Privert's transition from senator to interim president in a matter of 48 hours.
Lawmakers in Haiti have selected Jocelerme Privert as the country’s interim president just a week after the departure of Michel Martelly, in a move aimed at filling a power vacuum threatening stability in the Caribbean nation.
Simon Ostrovsky reports from Haiti's capital to see who is in charge of the country, after President Michel Martelly stepped down without a clear successor.
As Haitian President Michel Martelly steps down with no successor in place, thousands of opposition members are protesting, saying their candidates weren't included in talks to create an interim administration. VICE News was there.
VICE News travels to Haiti, where anti-government protesters are clashing with police as the country faces a future without a leader, and struggles to achieve political stability.
Haiti's parliament has drafted an agreement for a caretaker government to be installed after the end of the president's term on Sunday, but the chaotic political situation has triggered unrest in the capital.
Haiti's president is expected to leave office on Sunday, and the political uncertainty created by the situation has pushed the country to the brink of chaos.
Haiti's electoral council has postponed a presidential run-off vote, citing security concerns. The capital Port-au-Prince has for days been rocked by increasingly violent demonstrations against the election.
Haitians have gone to the polls for the second time in three months after violence and allegations of fraud turned August elections into a shambles. This time, the vote went ahead peacefully.
At least 12 people were reported killed over the weekend in Haiti’s capital in violence blamed on rival gangs battling for control over voting centers ahead of Sunday’s election.