Haiti postpones June 27 referendum, citing Covid

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    #Haiti on Monday #postponed a #constitutional #referendum scheduled for June 27 citing the #coronavirus pandemic, but did not give a new date for the vote in the latest twist in its political crisis. President Jovenel Moise has been ruling Haiti, the poorest country in the Americas, by decree after legislative elections due in 2018 were delayed and following disputes on when his own term ends.

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