From the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Latest update: removal of advice against all but essential travel to Grand Anse and Sud, and update on latest situation. Update to election timings following announcement of a new election date

The political situation in Haiti is unpredictable, with uncertainty around the ongoing electoral process. Following Hurricane Matthew, the government of Haiti has postponed the presidential elections scheduled for 9 October 2016. A new date of 20 November has now been accounced.

Demonstrations and protest marches have increased in Port-au-Prince and other cities. Demonstrations may occur with little warning and can turn violent. They may often be accompanied by improvised road blocks. Curfews and new security regulations have been announced at short notice. You should avoid all demonstrations, and monitor local news.

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