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22/08/2015 13:36:27

Haiti - News : Electoral Zapping...
An electoral coup accoring the MOPOD
Jean Andre Victor of MOPOD, reacting to the preliminary results of partial legislative, talks about electoral coup in favor of candidates close to power, which are numerous to be admitted to the second round.

Minutes recovered less than 70%, the election resumed
On 25 October 2015, the legislative will be resumed at the same time as the 2nd round, and municipal and the first round of presidential elections, in "all the constituencies where the minutes tabulated could reach 70%, according the resolution of the Council taken 17 August 2015, "said the CEP, ie : t1st constituency of Port-au-Prince, Cité Soleil, Gressier, Cornillon, Arcahaie and Cabaret in West ; Saint-Marc, Verettes, Petite Rivière de l’Artibonite, Grande Saline and Desdunes in the Artibonite ; Mole Saint-Nicolas in the north-west, Boucan Carré and Savanette in the department of Centre ; Marigot in the Southeast ; Acul du Nord, Dondon, Port Margot, Plaisance, Grande Rivière du Nord and Saint-Raphaël in the North and Port-à-piment in the South. The CEP recalled that delisted candidates appearing on this list will not participate in second round.

A scandalous decision
Leaders of the party "KONTRAPEP la", consider scandalous he decision to resume the elections in the constituencies in which the recovered minutes do not reach 70%.

A Parliament composed of traffickers and...
Pierre Espérance, Executive Director of the National Human rights Network (RNDDH) has drawn attention to the risk of a parliament composed largely of drug traffickers and kidnappers, referring to the quantity of candidates close of the power admitted to the second round of partial elections. He also believes that the CEP has been caught in the trap of candidates at the origin of violence and irregularities on 9 August, by canceling the voting centers where 70% of the minutes have not been recovered.

Pitit Desalin challenges
"Our law firm is preparing to file its challenges to the Provisional Electoral Council tonight," declared Moïse Jean-Charles of Pitit Desalin, the platform will challenge the election results in several regions of the country. "All the collected minutes lead us to believe that we have six senators in the second round, while three deputies of our platform are admitted in the first round. It is with astonishment that we note that the CEP has decided otherwise by reducing the number of senators in the second round to three."

1,046,516 valid votes for an electorate of 5,871,450
The Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) provided a summary valid votes/electorate (based on the election of deputies => one ballot one vote)

For the department of West there was 236,217 valid votes for an electorate of 2,407,131 or an estimated turnout of 10%
For the department of SouthEast there was 88,324 valid votes for an electorate of 317,888 or an estimated turnout of 28%
For the department of North there was 106,780 valid votes for an electorate of 573,185 or an estimated turnout of 19%
For the department of NorthEast there was 85,504 valid votes for an electorate of 230,734 or an estimated turnout of 37%
For the department of Artibonite there was 109,065 valid votes for an electorate of 760,147 or an estimated turnout of 14%
For the department of Centre there was 96,619 valid votes for an electorate of 392,791 or an estimated turnout of 25%
For the department of South there was 118,106 valid votes for an electorate of 444,953 or an estimated turnout of 27%
For the department of the Grand'Anse there was 64,103 valid votes for an electorate of 241,979 or an estimated turnout of 26%
For the department of NorthWest there was 79,358 valid votes for an electorate of 308,990 or an estimated turnout of 26%
For the department of Nippes there was 62,440 valid votes for an electorate of 193,652 or an estimated turnout of 32%

Or at the national level 1,046,516 valid votes for an electorate of 5,871,450 representing an estimated turnout of 18%

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