PORT-AU-PRINCE — For the first time since Haiti embarked upon its democratic experiment in 1987, the country finds itself with not a single elected official as it veers into unknown constitutional territory. On Monday, Senate President Joseph Lambert’s term expired, making him and nine other senators the last elected officials in the country.
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