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Haiti - News : Electoral Zapping...
29/05/2015 11:36:49

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Laurent Lamothe in favor of a presidential decree
The former Prime Minister, Laurent Lamothe, presidential candidate, said to be in favor that the President Michel Martelly, in a presidential decree granting discharge to the former accounting of public funds vying for elected office, to all candidates who do not have a clearance certificate. Noting that the President has a legal framework to facilitate the participation of everyone in the elections. While showing solidarity to all the other candidates in similar situation, he indicated that he has a court order allowing him to participate in the presidential election.

Me André Michel condemns the decision of the court of referred
Me André Michel of the party JISTIS, which among others demands the exclusion of the candidavy of Laurent Lamothe, https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-14023-haiti-news-electoral-zapping.html , condemns the decision of the court of referred for having made a court decision in favor of senior government officials including the former Prime Minister Lamothe and demand take legal action against the judges involved in this case he described as scandalous.

Elections and burning tires in Delmas
Thursday midday, the supporters of the outgoing mayor of Delmas, Wilson Jeudy, demonstrated in Delmas demanding to the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes (CSA / CA) to grant discharge for its management, in view of his registration to upcoming local elections. Barricades of burning tires were erected between Delmas 31 and Delmas 32 by the protesters. Recall that Wilson Jeudy, who was elected in the 2006 elections, is left in position by the Martelly administration, has indicated its intention to run for another term as mayor of Delmas.

End of possible appeals for the legislative elections
In a note, the Provisional Electoral Council informs the population in general, political parties and candidates in particular, "that the publication of the list of candidates entitled to participate in the 2015 parliamentary elections definitively puts an end to challenges and all forms of potential claims that could arise from pretenders candidates. The Council also recalls that the publications dated 14 and 23 May 2015 are not subject to any changes."

The United States do not support any candidate or group of candidates
In a statement the United States supports the right of Haitians to go to the polls in a timely manner to have a renewed voice in their governance through a free and fair process and specifies that "The United States has no vote in these elections and does not support any candidate or group of candidates. The United States is committed to working with the Government of Haiti and its international partners to coordinate appropriate assistance – including the deployment of credible international election observers – to ensure that the elections are peaceful, free and fair. As electoral planning continues, the United States welcomes the efforts of the CEP, the United Nations, and the Government of Haiti (including its national police) to coordinate and execute successful 2015 elections. The United States encourages all stakeholders to participate fully in the electoral process, abide by the rule of law, and maintain high standards of transparency."

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