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Protests and unrest continue as opposition candidates dispute first round results

Opposition candidates from Haiti’s presidential elections are threatening  to force Haiti into a transition government unless changes are made for a runoff in December. Candidates who oppose the latest results have dubbed themselves the “G8″ and do not believe fair elections are a possibility under the Martelly regime. Part of the article is below.  Click HERE for the full text. Célestin and others issue elections ultimatum in Haiti Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald November 30, 2015 An alliance of Haitian opposition presidential candidates led by second-place finisher Jude Célestin is threatening to force Haiti into a transition government — unless changes are made in the country’s electoral council and police hierarchy ahead of next month’s planned presidential runoff. The group of eight candidates, dubbed the G8, made its demands in a signed communique late Sunday, shortly before midnight. A transition government, it said, […]

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