Haitians dressed as bananas to show their support for organic banana farmer and presidential candidate Jovenel Moise, from the PHTK party, march to demand elections be reinstated, in Port-au-Prince on Tuesday. Haiti had been scheduled to hold a presidential and legislative runoff Jan. 24. But the now-splintered provisional electoral council canceled it for a second time amid the protests and suspicion that the first round was marred by widespread fraud favoring Moise, President Michel Martelly's chosen candidate.
Haitians dressed as bananas to show their support for organic banana farmer and presidential candidate Jovenel Moise, from the PHTK party, march to demand elections be reinstated, in Port-au-Prince on Tuesday. Haiti had been scheduled to hold a presidential and legislative runoff Jan. 24. But the now-splintered provisional electoral council canceled it for a second time amid the protests and suspicion that the first round was marred by widespread fraud favoring Moise, President Michel Martelly's chosen candidate. Dieu Nalio Chery AP
Haitians dressed as bananas to show their support for organic banana farmer and presidential candidate Jovenel Moise, from the PHTK party, march to demand elections be reinstated, in Port-au-Prince on Tuesday. Haiti had been scheduled to hold a presidential and legislative runoff Jan. 24. But the now-splintered provisional electoral council canceled it for a second time amid the protests and suspicion that the first round was marred by widespread fraud favoring Moise, President Michel Martelly's chosen candidate. Dieu Nalio Chery AP

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