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Haiti Election Chief Says Runoff Can't Be Held By Jan. 17

Haiti's elections chief says it will be "impossible" to hold a presidential and legislative runoff in time for a democratic transfer of power by the constitutional deadline. Outgoing President Michel Martelly announced last week that Haiti's Provisional Electoral Council was warning that the runoff must be held by Jan. 17 to fulfill the constitutional mandate of inaugurating a new president Feb. 7.   But in a Monday letter to Martelly, Council President...

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