Although two decades separate 70-year-old grandmother Manigat from her younger rival, both are seen by analysts as right-of-centre candidates who share many similar views on how to put the earthquake- and cholera-ravaged Caribbean nation on the path of recovery.
Martelly advocates investment in tourism, while Manigat has education as a centerpiece of her platform and both call for modernization in agriculture, along with updated land records.
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