Haitians want change. They have been struggling to physically rebuild their society in the aftermath of the earthquake. This weekend, they will attempt to do some political rebuilding, as well. The country is set to vote for a new president, 99 deputies and 20 senators this Sunday.
But the cholera epidemic has some wondering if it might be best to delay the vote. Others have little faith that elections, either now or in a post-cholera future, will create any real change in the country. We speak with Amb. Colin Granderson, head of the Joint Electoral Observation Mission, to hear what's happening on the ground as the election nears.
We also hear the latest on the ground from BBC reporter Mark Doyle.
(Below, a slideshow of recent happenings in Haiti)