Seven opposition candidates in Haiti’s Oct. 25 presidential elections stand outside of the headquarters of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) in Petionville on Monday, Nov. 16. The group, which includes former Sen. Moise Jean-Charles (not shown), met with the CEP for two hours and 20 minutes to demand an independent commission to verify the vote count.
Seven opposition candidates in Haiti’s Oct. 25 presidential elections stand outside of the headquarters of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) in Petionville on Monday, Nov. 16. The group, which includes former Sen. Moise Jean-Charles (not shown), met with the CEP for two hours and 20 minutes to demand an independent commission to verify the vote count. Courtesy of the Provisional Electoral Council
Seven opposition candidates in Haiti’s Oct. 25 presidential elections stand outside of the headquarters of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) in Petionville on Monday, Nov. 16. The group, which includes former Sen. Moise Jean-Charles (not shown), met with the CEP for two hours and 20 minutes to demand an independent commission to verify the vote count. Courtesy of the Provisional Electoral Council

Haiti elections officials refuse vote verification

November 17, 2015 07:42 PM

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