Election Unrest Is Latest Of Haiti's Woes
Haiti is facing its worst political crisis since the fall of Jean Bertrand Aristide in 2004. Protests over disputed presidential election results shut down the Haitian capital for most of this past week. More demonstrations could start again Monday. Saturday, Haitians mobbed shops and supermarkets that had been closed for days to stock up on food and other supplies. Host Liane talks to NPR's Jason Beaubien in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, about the crisis.