In this Nov. 12, 2015 file photo, supporters of presidential candidate Maryse Narcisse, of the Lavalas party, removes an election campaign sign of presidential candidate Jovenel Moise, in front of a sign of his rival, Jude Celestin, during a protest against election results in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Celestin and the other presidential candidates that dub themselves the “Group of Eight” have been demanding an independent recount due to what they assert was “massive fraud” in favor of Moise, the government-backed contender in October elections.
In this Nov. 12, 2015 file photo, supporters of presidential candidate Maryse Narcisse, of the Lavalas party, removes an election campaign sign of presidential candidate Jovenel Moise, in front of a sign of his rival, Jude Celestin, during a protest against election results in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Celestin and the other presidential candidates that dub themselves the “Group of Eight” have been demanding an independent recount due to what they assert was “massive fraud” in favor of Moise, the government-backed contender in October elections. Dieu Nalio Chery AP
In this Nov. 12, 2015 file photo, supporters of presidential candidate Maryse Narcisse, of the Lavalas party, removes an election campaign sign of presidential candidate Jovenel Moise, in front of a sign of his rival, Jude Celestin, during a protest against election results in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Celestin and the other presidential candidates that dub themselves the “Group of Eight” have been demanding an independent recount due to what they assert was “massive fraud” in favor of Moise, the government-backed contender in October elections. Dieu Nalio Chery AP

Nearly two months after vote, Haiti elections still in dispute

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