Haiti

November 30, 2015 4:01 AM

Concerns widen over Haiti presidential elections impasse

A group of Haiti opposition presidential candidates is calling for a transition government if sweeping changes aren’t made before runoff vote

Accusing police of not protecting protesters, presidential candidates demand changes in police brass

Second-place finisher Jude Célestin cancels Wednesday meeting with elections officials

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