Quick Hit: Haiti Postpones Election Amid Violent Protests

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.
January 23, 2016, 12:30am

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. The opposition has accused the government of rigging the first round in favor of a candidate hand-picked by President Michel Martelly.

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