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TOPSHOT - Election officials count ballots at a polling station in the Roger Ladoceur School in the commune of Delmas in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince, on November 20, 2016 during the presidential and legislative elections.

Haitians cast their ballots for president and members of the legislature in elections that had been delayed for more than a year by a constitutional crisis. Nearly 6.2 million people are eligible to vote in the impoverished Caribbean country, parts of which are still struggling to recover from a devastating hurricane.
 / AFP / HECTOR RETAMAL        (Photo credit should read HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images)
TOPSHOT - Election officials count ballots at a polling station in the Roger Ladoceur School in the commune of Delmas in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince, on November 20, 2016 during the presidential and legislative elections.

Haitians cast their ballots for president and members of the legislature in elections that had been delayed for more than a year by a constitutional crisis. Nearly 6.2 million people are eligible to vote in the impoverished Caribbean country, parts of which are still struggling to recover from a devastating hurricane.
 / AFP / HECTOR RETAMAL        (Photo credit should read HECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images)

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¿Por qué Haití no ha podido elegir un presidente en los últimos dos años?

Juan Raúl Ferreira, embajador y jefe de Misión de Observación de la OEA en Haití, habla de las dificultades en la isla caribeña y de la profunda crisis política en la que se ha visto envuelta el país.

¿Por qué Haití no ha podido elegir un presidente en los últimos dos años?

Juan Raúl Ferreira, embajador y jefe de Misión de Observación de la OEA en Haití, habla de las dificultades en la isla caribeña y de la profunda crisis política en la que se ha visto envuelta el país.