Election Feud Seen Undermining Haiti's Bid for StabilityBy
Electoral Council Postpones Sunday Vote; No New Date Set
Six years since earthquake, investors built hotels, warehouses
Allegations of fraud delayed Haiti’s presidential elections for a second time, fueling a political crisis that threatens to undo gains made in the six years since an earthquake destroyed the Caribbean nation’s economy and killed as many as 200,000 people.
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