Haitian Elections in Turmoil

Widespread fraud allegations cloud already tense election

Monday, November 29, 2010

Election poll workers count ballots after the close of elections during Haiti's national election on November 28, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. (Joe Raedle/Getty)

Both voters and candidates are calling yesterday's elections in Haiti invalid, citing widespread fraud. Twelve of the nineteen presidential candidates held a press conference yesterday afternoon calling for the vote to be canceled, and protesters took to the streets after scores of complaints from those whose names did not appear on the rolls at polling stations were unable to vote.

We speak with Jacqueline Charles, Caribbean correspondent for the The Miami Herald.


Jacqueline Charles

Comments [1]

Shanna from Minneapolis

I really wanted to listen to this story about Haiti, but it's a story about Hank Williams. Please fix.

Nov. 29 2010 09:46 AM

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