Ulysse: Haiti’s Election – Fraud, Confusion, Mayhem

Writing in her blog for Ms. magazine, Gina Ulysse, associate professor of anthropology, associate professor of feminist gender and sexuality studies, associate professor of African American studies, discusses the recent elections in Haiti, which she says were rife with corruption, confusion and angry voters. Some of the problems could be traced back to the recent earthquake and the disarray it has left in its wake. In many other cases, however, the process was high-jacked by the continued interference and manipulation of the Preval government.