In anticipation of the December 27th runoff, violence has been reported throughout the country. Further review shows that violence stems not just from discontent with the presidential elections.
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Violence, vandalism reported in several Haitian cities
Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald
December 19, 2015
The publication of final legislative results by Haiti’s Provisional Electoral Council — over the objections of the country’s Senate — triggered violent protests and acts of vandalism in several Haitian cities.
Unrest was reported in at least five of the country’s departments — the North, Northwest, Southwest, Southeast and West. Elections offices and homes were set on fire, rocks were thrown and tires were left burning.