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Delays Slow Haiti Vote Count

A former president with strong support among Haiti’s poor has taken an early lead two days after Haitians turned out in droves to elect a new leader, an aide to the candidate said, citing preliminary returns. But delays in retrieving results from countryside slowed official vote counting, with ballot counts still being ferried to the capital on Wednesday by plane, truck and mule. Jacques Bernard, director general of Haiti’s electoral council, said only a small percentage of balloting results had reached Port-au-Prince. Full Story

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