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Haitians went to the polls in March to vote for either Michel Martelly or Mirlande Manigata for president and elect other lawmakers. Martelly won the poll.
Parties are complaining of exclusion and unfair advantages favoring of President Michel Martelly.
Under pressure from an independent commission created President Michel Martelly, Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe recently stepped down from his position.
The ex-leader who ruled by brutality and fear suffered a fatal heart attack at age 63.
An anti-government protest in Haiti has turned violent with police firing tear gas and counter demonstrators throwing stones. People in civilian clothes have fired shots into the air.
The government hopes to have the picturesque Cotes-de-Fer to become the country's biggest tourism development.
Thousands of rural Haitian households will soon have access to electricity through the distribution of low-cost loans that will be used to purchase solar energy kits under a new plan announced by Haiti’s president Michel Martelly Monday.
Popular musician Michel “Sweet Mickey” Martelly was sworn in Saturday as Haiti’s new president.
Several thousand supporters of former Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide took to the streets of Port-Au-Prince, Haiti on Wednesday.