Haiti Election

NPR's Gerry Hadden reports from Port Au Prince on yesterday's election in Haiti. For the first time in years, Haitians voted peacefully in massive numbers. Despite widespread relief at the relative peace, hundreds of thousands of people were unable to vote because of alleged technical difficulties.



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