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Haiti's president is 'working day and night' says wife


The first lady of Haiti Elizabeth Preval has described how the president and the government has coped after the earthquake struck two weeks ago.

Mrs Preval says her husband, who is facing growing criticism for his handling of the crisis is working day and night from an office at a police station.

Mr Preval spoke to our correspondent Rupert Wingfield-Hayes from the ruins of the presidential palace.


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