Haiti

February 18, 2016 8:26 PM

Haiti’s Jocelerme Privert: From ‘political prisoner’ to president

Sense of calm has returned to Haiti’s streets

Once the prisoner of a transitional government, Privert is now the president of one

Interim president says elections are a top priority, but social crisis can’t be ignored

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