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Little Haiti Protesters Get Vocal Over Country's Former President

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LITTLE HAITI (CBSMiami) -- Dozens gathered in Little Haiti Sunday to protest against the provisional government being implemented in their home country.

It took place at Veye-Yo at 39 N.W. 54th Street and marched to the Toussaint L'Ouverture statue at N.W. 62nd Street and North Miami Avenue.

Haitian leaders signed an agreement to install an interim government as president Michel Martelly steps down. The runoff vote to elect his successor was postponed over fears of violence and allegations of fraud.

Demonstrators are demanding new, fair elections for the presidency and the parliament.

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