Haiti's elections this year are the largest and most complex in recent memory

Haiti's elections this year are the largest and most complex in recent memory, and questions are still swirling over whether the country's electoral commission, formed in January, will be able to pull it off without major complications.

Steeve Khawly, Junior Jiha - Bouclier Election Campaign Hinche Haiti
Steeve Khawly, Junior Jiha - Bouclier Election Campaign Hinche Haiti

KREYOL: Haiti : Vraie ou Faux? : Election and saa, se eleksyon ki pwal PI KONPLIKE nan istwa peyi d'Haiti... Kisa ou panse???

The commission has been dogged by criticism in recent months over delays in training polling workers, disbursing campaign funds to political parties and distributing information to voters, and a spate of pre-election violence has boded ominously for security.

Sunday will set the stage for the even higher-stakes voting rounds in October and December, which include parliamentary runoffs, mayoral elections and the presidential vote, so there is intense pressure on Haitian authorities to make sure this first Election Day goes smoothly.

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