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Haiti: 54 candidates begin presidential campaigns

Supporters of opposition political parties march in Port-au-Prince, on September 9, 2015Port-au-Prince (AFP) – Presidential campaigning began in Haiti Wednesday, where 54 candidates are vying for the top office amid heightened criticism of the country’s electoral commission. The record number of candidates, all of whom hope to replace President Michel Martelly as leader of the Americas’ poorest nation, will square off in Haiti’s October 25 first-round vote. The election season began with a few hundred protesters rallying against Haiti’s Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) in the capital of Port-au-Prince.

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