Jude Celestin, who finished second in the first round of Haiti presidential balloting, says he doesn't recognize the preliminary results of the election. He calls on Haitians to remain mobilized.
Jude Celestin, who finished second in the first round of Haiti presidential balloting, says he doesn't recognize the preliminary results of the election. He calls on Haitians to remain mobilized. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald Staff
Jude Celestin, who finished second in the first round of Haiti presidential balloting, says he doesn't recognize the preliminary results of the election. He calls on Haitians to remain mobilized. Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald Staff

Célestin disputes Haiti election results; supporters protest

November 06, 2015 08:13 PM

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