Calls Rise for Haiti's Aristide to Resign

In Haiti, weeks of street protests against President Jean Bertrande Aristide show no sign of abating. Critics have assailed him since flawed legislative elections four years ago. Aristide, who was re-elected in 2000 after a coup and U.S. invasion, has promised to hold a new vote. Opposition leaders say he must step down. NPR's Gerry Hadden reports.

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