Haitian lawmakers meet to elect interim president
Haitian lawmakers meet to elect interim president

Haitian lawmakers were set to elect an interim president Saturday to fill the power vacuum following the departure of Michel Martelly, after a vote to choose his replacement was postponed over fears of violence. Dejan Belizaire and Edgar Leblanc Fils are former presidents of the Senate. The third candidate

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  • Haitian lawmakers meet to elect interim president

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