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Haiti Election Chief Returns After Fleeing

A top election official who fled the country under threat has returned to help organize a legislative runoff needed to form a new government, Haiti’s electoral council said Monday. Jacques Bernard, director-general of the embattled electoral council, arrived in the capital of Port-au-Prince on Sunday to resume his duties, two weeks after he left for the United States, the council’s secretary-general, Rosemand Pradel, told reporters. Bernard fled after opponents ransacked his farm and diplomats warned that gang members planned to ambush his car as he left the vote tabulation center. Full Story

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