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Dominicans to vote in general elections with eyes on crisis in neighboring Haiti

  • President Luis Abinader leads the presidential race, aiming for a reelection as one of Americas' popular leaders. Winning over 50% of the vote will secure his next term without a runoff.
  • Abinader's popularity stems from a tough stance on Haitians, including border control measures like a Trump-like wall and mass deportations.
  • The Dominican government's strict policies towards Haitians have drawn criticism from human rights organizations, accusing them of racism and breaching international law.
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