Haiti leader seeks last-minute election deal amid protests
Protests have been continuing in Haiti as President Michel Martelly seeks a last-minute deal with the opposition to resolve a standoff over elections.
The negotiations come ahead of a deadline on Monday which could see parliament dissolved and the president ruling by decree.
The crisis talks come after months of violent demonstrations with protesters calling for Mr Martelly to stand down.
His opponents accuse him of stalling the elections which were due in 2011.
Ben Bland reports.
12 Jan 2015
- From the section Latin America & Caribbean