US calls for anyone promoting election violence in Haiti to be held accountable – Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

The United States on Sunday called for accountability for any violence related to Haiti’s delayed presidential election, saying electoral intimidation and destruction of property were “unacceptable.”

“As in the past, the United States is taking great interest in how elections in Haiti are unfolding and expects that persons responsible for organizing, financing, or participating in electoral intimidation and violence will be held accountable in accordance with Haitian law,” State Department Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner said in a statement.


At 4 A.M. burning blockades were set up of Port-au-Prince streets, as the rest of the nation remained peaceful, wondering why the elections had been cancelled.

This pile of burning tires is in front of the CAPITOL theater in downtown Port-au-Prince 6 A.M. this morning.

Media beginning to pull support from opposition, disruptive elements.

Haitians need help to avoid the slide back to Lavalas/Aristide


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