Haitian businessman Jovenel Moise has been officially declared winner of November’s presidential election.
Mr Moise, a 48-year-old banana exporter, was elected with 55.6% of the vote, well ahead of his closest rival, an electoral tribunal confirmed.
Mr Moises’s closest rival Jude Celestin, had 19.5% of the vote.
Officials dismissed allegations of fraud. But some protesters marched in the capital, Port-Au-Prince.
Haiti has been blighted by political instability for decades, and is still recovering from Hurricane Matthew, which killed up to 1,000 people in October.
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