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American: Haiti Leader Must ‘Perform’

Opponents of Haiti’s president-elect could use the country’s disputed election result to try and weaken his government “if he doesn’t perform,” the top American diplomat in Haiti said Saturday. Rene Preval was declared the winner Thursday after electoral authorities decided to divide 85,000 blank votes among the candidates to avoid a runoff. The move gave Preval the 51 percent of the vote he needed for outright victory, drawing angry complaints from his two nearest rivals, neither of who polled close to Preval’s numbers in the Feb. 7 vote. Full Story

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