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Haiti - News : Electoral Zapping...
The Provisional Electoral Council informs the public in general, political parties, political groups and candidates in particular that, following the conduct of the election of October 25, 2015, it has taken note of grievances of various stakeholders regarding cases of electoral fraud and ballot stuffing. In order to ensure the fairness of the vote, it formed a special commission, composed of : Ricardo Augustin, Yolette Mingual, Pierre Manigat Jr., Mosler Georges and Jaccéus Joseph.
This special commission has, among others, the following tasks: receive documented complaints of fraud and ballot stuffing, to ensure consideration by the Votes Tabulation Center (CTV) of complaints that it has retained for be based, receive and archive the reports of corrections made by the CTV auditors, to inform complainants of the action taken on their complaints.
The Council inform interested parties in general and complainants in particular, they have a period of 48 hours, after the publication of this release, to convey to the Commission the information as well as related documentation.
Ballots burned ?
The presidential candidate Moïse Jean Charles says he discovered in Delmas 41, calcined ballot papers, checked in his favor, and also to the Vaillant street near National School Argentine Bellegarde, however, he did not provide details or evidence.
Anacacis Jean Hector denounces the use of false ballot boxes:
Anacacis Jean Hector, party coordinator for LAPEH, of the presidential candidate Jude Célestin, denounced a system of hidden ballot stuffing which would have been used by supporters of the Party of the Presidency in office (PHTK), especially in the north. According to him fake ballot boxes were introduced in the polls with the connivance of the officers, while the real urns containing the votes were abandoned...
IMED deplores the lack of secrecy of the vote of the voters
The Institute Mobile of Democracy Education (IMED) has welcomed the smooth conduct of the election day of 25 October. However, Kettly Julien, the Executive Director of IMED deplored the narrowness of premises to vote, poor distribution of polling booths in the polling center and the lack of secrecy of the vote of the voters...
Prime Minister Paul appeals for calm
Minister Paul Evans Paul, while recalling that the cap is maintained over December 27 for the possible second round, appealed for calm and citizen participation for the rest of the electoral process.