Jake Johnston – 2015 Haitian Election

2015 Haitian Election

Jake Johnston is a research associate with the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR), focused predominantly on economic policy in Latin America. He is also the lead author for the think-tank’s blog, “Haiti: Relief and Reconstruction Watch.” After witnessing Haitian electoral procedures on October 25, 2015, Johnston wrote various articles on the experienced. Apart from the blog, he authored two VICE News articles: “Landmark Haiti Elections Go Ahead Without Violence” and “Recent Murders in Port-au-Prince Are a Bad Omen for Haiti’s Election.” He interviewed a number of political party representatives, current and former members of the Haitian government, representatives of the United Nations mission in Haiti, and others.

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