VIEWPRESS HAITI PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 2011
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VIEWPRESS – Haiti’s presidential elections 2nd round off March 2011. Haiti celebrated its presidential elections under a peaceful calm, thousands of people went to the street to cast their ballots, some polling centers opened minutes or few hours ago but not problems or discussions were informed from these points. now, residents and international community must to wait until the end of the month where the CEP spokesperson will announce the winner and next president of the volatile country in the caribbean islands on March 31. VIEWPRESS/ ZZ

VIEWPRESS – Haiti’s presidential elections 2nd round off March 2011. Haiti celebrated its presidential elections under a peaceful calm, thousands of people went to the street to cast their ballots, some polling centers opened minutes or few hours ago but not problems or discussions were informed from these points. now, residents and international community must to wait until the end of the month where the CEP spokesperson will announce the winner and next president of the volatile country in the caribbean islands on March 31. VIEWPRESS/ ZZ

VIEWPRESS – Haiti’s presidential elections 2nd round off March 2011. Haiti celebrated its presidential elections under a peaceful calm, thousands of people went to the street to cast their ballots, some polling centers opened minutes or few hours ago but not problems or discussions were informed from these points. now, residents and international community must to wait until the end of the month where the CEP spokesperson will announce the winner and next president of the volatile country in the caribbean islands on March 31. VIEWPRESS/ ZZ

VIEWPRESS – Haiti’s presidential elections 2nd round off March 2011. Haiti celebrated its presidential elections under a peaceful calm, thousands of people went to the street to cast their ballots, some polling centers opened minutes or few hours ago but not problems or discussions were informed from these points. now, residents and international community must to wait until the end of the month where the CEP spokesperson will announce the winner and next president of the volatile country in the caribbean islands on March 31. VIEWPRESS/ ZZ

VIEWPRESS – Haiti’s presidential elections 2nd round off March 2011. Haiti celebrated its presidential elections under a peaceful calm, thousands of people went to the street to cast their ballots, some polling centers opened minutes or few hours ago but not problems or discussions were informed from these points. now, residents and international community must to wait until the end of the month where the CEP spokesperson will announce the winner and next president of the volatile country in the caribbean islands on March 31. VIEWPRESS/ ZZ

VIEWPRESS – Haiti’s presidential elections 2nd round off March 2011. Haiti celebrated its presidential elections under a peaceful calm, thousands of people went to the street to cast their ballots, some polling centers opened minutes or few hours ago but not problems or discussions were informed from these points. now, residents and international community must to wait until the end of the month where the CEP spokesperson will announce the winner and next president of the volatile country in the caribbean islands on March 31. VIEWPRESS/ ZZ

VIEWPRESS – Haiti’s presidential elections 2nd round off March 2011. Haiti celebrated its presidential elections under a peaceful calm, thousands of people went to the street to cast their ballots, some polling centers opened minutes or few hours ago but not problems or discussions were informed from these points. now, residents and international community must to wait until the end of the month where the CEP spokesperson will announce the winner and next president of the volatile country in the caribbean islands on March 31. VIEWPRESS/ ZZ

VIEWPRESS – Haiti’s president Rene Preval casts his ballots during presidential elections 2nd round off March 2011. Haiti celebrated its presidential elections under a peaceful calm, thousands of people went to the street to cast their ballots, some polling centers opened minutes or few hours ago but not problems or discussions were informed from these points. now, residents and international community must to wait until the end of the month where the CEP spokesperson will announce the winner and next president of the volatile country in the caribbean islands on March 31. VIEWPRESS/ ZZ

VIEWPRESS – Haiti’s presidential elections 2nd round off March 2011. Haiti celebrated its presidential elections under a peaceful calm, thousands of people went to the street to cast their ballots, some polling centers opened minutes or few hours ago but not problems or discussions were informed from these points. now, residents and international community must to wait until the end of the month where the CEP spokesperson will announce the winner and next president of the volatile country in the caribbean islands on March 31. VIEWPRESS/ ZZ

VIEWPRESS – Haiti’s presidential elections 2nd round off March 2011. Haiti celebrated its presidential elections under a peaceful calm, thousands of people went to the street to cast their ballots, some polling centers opened minutes or few hours ago but not problems or discussions were informed from these points. now, residents and international community must to wait until the end of the month where the CEP spokesperson will announce the winner and next president of the volatile country in the caribbean islands on March 31. VIEWPRESS/ ZZ

VIEWPRESS – Haiti’s presidential elections 2nd round off March 2011. Haiti celebrated its presidential elections under a peaceful calm, thousands of people went to the street to cast their ballots, some polling centers opened minutes or few hours ago but not problems or discussions were informed from these points. now, residents and international community must to wait until the end of the month where the CEP spokesperson will announce the winner and next president of the volatile country in the caribbean islands on March 31. VIEWPRESS/ ZZ

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