A woman is helped by fellow demonstrators after police fire teargas during a protest against the country's electoral council in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Saturday Dec. 12, 2015. Disputed election results have brought a renewed surge of paralyzing street protests and many broad accusations of electoral fraud from civil society and opposition groups that it is not clear whether a Dec. 27 presidential runoff between the top two finishers can take place as scheduled.
A woman is helped by fellow demonstrators after police fire teargas during a protest against the country's electoral council in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Saturday Dec. 12, 2015. Disputed election results have brought a renewed surge of paralyzing street protests and many broad accusations of electoral fraud from civil society and opposition groups that it is not clear whether a Dec. 27 presidential runoff between the top two finishers can take place as scheduled. Dieu Nalio Chery AP
A woman is helped by fellow demonstrators after police fire teargas during a protest against the country's electoral council in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Saturday Dec. 12, 2015. Disputed election results have brought a renewed surge of paralyzing street protests and many broad accusations of electoral fraud from civil society and opposition groups that it is not clear whether a Dec. 27 presidential runoff between the top two finishers can take place as scheduled. Dieu Nalio Chery AP

Haiti’s Dec. 27 presidential runoff still on schedule

December 14, 2015 07:18 PM

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