Haiti has once again plunged into a familiar pattern of political upheaval as a presidential election that was delayed twice already was postponed indefinitely. Last Sunday’s runoff would have had just one candidate—frontrunner Jovenel Moïse, a banana exporter and the handpicked successor of his friend, President Michel Martelly. Jude Célestin, the runner-up in October’s disputed… more
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