Haitians protest presidential election cancellation

Supporters of PHTK Political party carry a mock coffin during a protest march in Port-au-Prince on June 7, 2016 to demand the departure of interim president Jocelerme PrivertPort-au-Prince (AFP) – Several hundred supporters of former President Michel Martelly’s Haitian Tet Kale Party protested in Port-au-Prince on Tuesday after the results of last year’s election were nixed. Martelly’s hand-picked candidate Jovenel Moise had been declared the first-place finisher. “The traditional political class does not agree that a man like Jovenel Moise was leading the election,” protester Sauveur Gue said.

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