Earthquake in Haiti: Two Years Later

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Political Uproar

By December 2010, political tensions in the country had come to a head. Tire-burning riots shut down Port-au-Prince for three days, after officials announced the country’s inconclusive presidential election would go into a run-off. The vote would be resolved, and Michel Martelly would be installed as president in May 2011.  It would be another six months before a prime minister would be installed, the official in charge of reconstruction projects.  

(Photo: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz)

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