A main rival to electoral front-runner Rene Preval said Thursday that he feared the former president had made “a clean sweep” in the first round of Haiti’s balloting even as slow vote counting dragged on for a second day. Leslie Manigat, a 75-year-old candidate who was president for five months in 1988 until the army ousted him, said early returns from his party’s representatives monitoring the count showed Preval with a wide lead. Full Story
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