U.N. Troops Safeguard Haiti’s Election

Uncategorized October 25, 2015 War Is Boring 0

During a round of voting in August, Haitians claimed that corrupt politicians sent armed gangs into polling places to stuff ballot boxes and stop...

During a round of voting in August, Haitians claimed that corrupt politicians sent armed gangs into polling places to stuff ballot boxes and stop people voting for their rivals.

Now Haiti is choosing a new president. And to help prevent a repeat of August’s alleged vote-theft, the United Nations has deployed peacekeepers.

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