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Haiti - FLASH : Martelly solicits the OAS as mediator in the crisis
28/01/2016 07:56:57

Haiti - FLASH : Martelly solicits the OAS as mediator in the crisis
Wednesday, the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS) held a special meeting at the Simon Bolivar Room at OAS headquarters in Washington, DC, to receive a status report on the Electoral Observation Mission of the OAS in Haiti.

The Permanent Representative of Haiti to the OAS, Ambassador Bocchit Edmond, indicated that the Haitian government remains convinced that elections are the only acceptable way to ensure democratic change "We believe in the good neighborhood policy through mediation to avoid political chaos. Compliance with the reliability of the results has always been a major challenge for the Government.

The President [Martelly] does not request an appeal for interference, but a call to solidarity," specifying "the President solicits the OAS to send a high-level mediation mission, to avoid falling into political chaos."

The Haitian Ambassador also praised the OAS, whose collaboration remains useful for stability in Haiti.

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