In Haiti, the proposed recount of the first-round votes has been rejected by two of the three main candidates in the disputed presidential election.
Opposition supporters held days of street protests before the recount was announced.
The proposal was rejected by Mirlande Manigat, who came first, and Michel Martelly, who came third.
Manigat argued that the Haitian electoral council had not come up with clear procedures or a timetable.
And Martelly, who said that the count was rigged in order to deny him a second-round run-off place, added that he would not accept a recount conducted by the same group that, he alleges, manipulated the results in the first place.
The proposed recount was only accepted by Jude Celestin, the governing party candidate, who came second in the first-round and is therefore through to the next round.
On Tuesday,election results were announced, giving 31% to the former first lady, Manigat, and 22% to Celestin.
Coming third with 21%, Martelly was about 6,800 votes short of Mr Celestin.
Election officials announced on Thursday that they would hold an immediate vote recount in the presence of all top three candidates and international observers.