Haiti - Elections : Frauds, Civil Society denounces
All this was predictable, given that the recommendations made by political parties, civil society and election monitoring organizations to set up a Provisional Electoral Council (CEP)credible, to respect the prescribed of the electoral law, which were ignored by both the executive and the PRC itself. The massive relocation of voters in favor of the campaign, has deprived a large number of voters of the opportunity to exercise their civic rights. The establishment of a partisan political machine at the level of the delegations and local authorities, arbitrary and unlawful change of supervisors and members of polling, the problems given to representatives and observers to perform their function in some offices, are the drops of water that broke the camel's back.
The signatory institutions of the present recommended to the national leaders and the international community to take very seriously the failure of election day, to draw lessons and prevent the movement of anger, which has begun and will extend to other spheres of national life. An appropriate political dialogue is needed to bring the country out of this new impasse.
Conseil National D'Observation des Ã‰lections : (CNO)
Initiative de la SociÃ©tÃ© Civile (ISC)
Conseil HaÃ¯tien des Acteurs Non Ã‰tatiques (CONHANE)
RÃ©seau National de DÃ©fense des Droits Humains (RNDDH)
Centre d'Ã‰ducation, de Recherche et d'Action en Sciences Sociales et PÃ©nales (CERESS)
Mouvman Famn Aktif Kafou (MOFKA)
See also the news of Sunday November 28