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Haiti President Says Postponed Runoff Vote Slated for Jan. 17

Haitian President Michel Martelly has announced that a postponed presidential runoff vote will be held on January 17. Martelly says he received two letters from Haiti's Provisional Electoral Council warning that to fulfill the constitutional mandate of inaugurating a new president on February 7, the runoff should be held by January 17 at the latest. On Friday, Martelly called on Haitians “to vote en masse, like they should, for the person who best represents them.'' The...

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