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February 22, 2010

In Haiti, political solidarity showing some cracks

The rare political unity that grew out of Haiti's Jan. 12th earthquake is beginning to fray amid calls by government opponents for change. Triggering the debate is not just lawmakers feeling that they have been excluded from the decision-making, but growing complaints over the government and the international community's handling of the crisis as they both continue to struggle to shelter more than 1.2 million people left homeless by the Jan. 12 quake.

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