Here is a picture of the protest following the 2010 Haiti election. The crowd was protesting for their candidate Michel Martelly who was not allowed to participate in the 2010 Election runoff.
Michel Martelly was urged to talk to the population in the streets to calm them. Due to security reasons, he was not allowed to do it in public. Instead, Sweet Micky went on National radio to thank the crowd and to be on the look out for infiltration
Here is a picture of the violence occuring in the streets of Haiti following the announcement of the Election results in 2010.
Port-au-Prince descended into violence and chaos as protesters demanded that the Haitian musician Michel Martelly be nominated to the runoff election. Tere were many barricades of timber and burning tires all over the city
Here is a picture of the chaos we found all over the country after Manigat and Celestin were qualified for the runoff election.
The Haiti election results released on December 7 gave Mirlande Manigat the lead in the 2010 Haiti election with 31.4 percent of the vote. Comes in secong place, was Jude Celestin with 22.5 percent of the votes. Michel Martelly was placed in third position with 21.8 peercent of the vote