Haiti - Elections : Gaillot Dorsinvil more and more isolated...
The electoral Advisor Jacques Belzin, representing the union sector, the former strongman of Centre des Travailleurs Haïtien (CTH), who seems unaware that the country is facing a serious post-electoral crisis, rejects the conclusions of the report of the JOEM and gives no credence to the proposal of "retry" some elected as proposed by the President of the CEP "The decisions of BCEN were taken by the majority of the members and I decided in good faith", he rejects the idea to sit in a new electoral court "All actors involved in the process had agreed that the decisions of BCEN were without appeal, therefore they are final."
While the tension mounts in the CEP, Gaillot Dorsinvil, in the center to all the critics, is more and more isolated and his proposal to end the crisis finds little echo in a CEP which the future is more and more uncertain. Even Serge Jules Audate, his Chief of Cabinet, would take his distance... A persistent rumor suggests that the latter, would have asked to Gaillot Dorsinvil to resign, a viewpoint that seems to share several advisors.
http://www.haitilibre.com/article-2841-haiti-elections-rapport-de-la-moec.html (in french)