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General elections were held in Haiti on 17 January 1988, after the Haitian presidential election, 1987 had been cancelled due to an election day massacre of voters either orchestrated or condoned by the Haitian military. The elections were boycotted by most candidates who had contested the previous elections and turnout was lower than 4%. The result was a victory for Leslie Manigat of the Rally of Progressive National Democrats. However, he was removed from office within a few months.
|Leslie Manigat||Rally of Progressive National Democrats||534,110||50.2|
|Hubert de Ronceray||Movement for National Development||209,526||19.7|
|Gérard Philippe Auguste||Peasant Worker Movement||151,391||14.2|
|Grégoire Eugène||Social Christian Party||97,556||9.2|
|Michel Lamartinière Honorat||16,550||1.6|
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