People stand in line to vote during elections in the Petion-Ville suburb of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016. Haiti's repeatedly derailed presidential election got underway more than a year after an initial vote was annulled. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)

By Onz Chery and Larisa Karr

People stand in line to vote during elections in the Petion-Ville suburb of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016. Haiti’s repeatedly derailed presidential election got underway more than a year after an initial vote was annulled. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)

Some of the few who actually wanted to vote simply couldn’t. Fabrice Cénéus was one of them. He had turned 18 in 2016 and, filled with excitement, registered for his first electoral card in March of that year. 

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Onz Chery

Onz Chery started his journalism career as a City College of New York student with The Campus. He also wrote for First Touch, Cosmopolitan Soccer League and other local soccer leagues in New York. After...