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Haiti election woes may delay legislative runoff

The top electoral official flees the country in fear. A presidential vote count is disputed by the winner’s two main rivals. Now, a legislative runoff needed to form a new government could be postponed for weeks. The aftermath of Haiti’s elections, which returned former President Rene Preval to office, has been chaotic. But Haitian officials and international observers are reasonably upbeat. After all, Haiti has only had four elections in its bloody, 200-year history. Full Story

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