Local Haitian observers say accreditation cards given to political party agents and observer organizations for Haiti’s Oct. 25 elections, prompted a thriving black market and became part of the “massive fraud.”
Local Haitian observers say accreditation cards given to political party agents and observer organizations for Haiti’s Oct. 25 elections, prompted a thriving black market and became part of the “massive fraud.” Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald
Local Haitian observers say accreditation cards given to political party agents and observer organizations for Haiti’s Oct. 25 elections, prompted a thriving black market and became part of the “massive fraud.” Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald

Haitian observers: ‘Massive fraud’ in vote

October 29, 2015 06:41 PM

UPDATED October 29, 2015 07:16 PM

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