PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – The spokesman for Haiti's electoral council says that a much-criticized presidential runoff election will be postponed for a second time.
Roudy Stanley Penn tells The Associated Press that the Provisional Electoral Council has agreed to postpone the presidential and legislative runoffs that had been set for Sunday.
Penn did not immediately provide any other specifics Friday, saying a news conference would be held later.
Haitian officials have been trying to negotiate a solution to the country's election crisis. One of two presidential candidates has been boycotting the runoff and declined to campaign.
There has been growing concern that a flawed runoff would push Haiti to the edge of tumult, rolling back a decade of relative political stability and putting the brakes on foreign investment.