Navigation
Suscribe
Menu Search Facebook Twitter
Search Close
Menu ALL SECTIONS
  • Capital Coahuila
  • Capital Hidalgo
  • Capital Jalisco
  • Capital Morelos
  • Capital Oaxaca
  • Capital Puebla
  • Capital Quintana Roo
  • Capital Querétaro
  • Capital Veracruz
  • Capital México
  • Capital Michoacán
  • Capital Mujer
  • Reporte Índigo
  • Estadio Deportes
  • The News
  • Efekto
  • Diario DF
  • Capital Edo. de Méx.
  • Green TV
  • Revista Cambio
Radio Capital
Pirata FM
Capital Máxima
Capital FM
Digital
Prensa
Radio
TV
X
Newsletter
Facebook Twitter
X Welcome! Subscribe to our newsletter and receive news, data, statistical and exclusive promotions for subscribers
World

Haiti to Hold Presidential Election in November

The election was pushed back due to the damage wrought by Hurricane Matthew

A pick up truck with U.N. peacekeepers patrol an area affected by Hurricane Matthew in Jeremie, Haiti, photo: Reuters/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
By Reuters Whatsapp Twitter Facebook Share
11 months ago

PORT-AU-PRINCE – Haiti will hold the first round of its delayed presidential election on November 20 to give time for people in areas of the country affected by Hurricane Matthew to recover enough to vote, the president of the electoral council said on Friday.

Electoral council president Leopold Berlanger said it was important not to exclude large sections of the population affected by the storm to ensure the legitimacy of winning candidates.

He said a second round runoff will be held on Jan. 29.

JOSEPH GUYLER DELVA

Comments Whatsapp Twitter Facebook Share
More From The News
Mexico

Families of Missing in Mexico Quake Stil ...

7 mins ago
Mexico

INAH: Report Damaged Museums, Cultural H ...

31 mins ago
World

Former Leader of Muslim Brotherhood Mahd ...

56 mins ago
Mexico

Have You Seen this Dog? Mexicans Search ...

1 hour ago
Most Popular

Mexico Shocked By News: Girl Trapped in ...

By The Associated Press
Mexico

Earthquake Death Toll Rises to 273

By Notimex
Mexico

7.1 Magnitude Quake Kills 139 as Buildui ...

By The Associated Press
Mexico

The Woman Behind Cortes’ Sword

By Bob Schulman
Living

Celebs Donate to Quake Relief, Politicia ...

By Federico Rojas Frias
Mexico