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Haiti - Elections : The CEP temporarily suspends its activities
04/10/2016 09:17:13

Haiti - Elections : The CEP temporarily suspends its activities
Due to the imminent passage of Hurricane Matthew Léopold Berlanger, the President of the Provisional Electoral Council informs that it is his duty "to ask the electoral advisers deployed in the field, as well as national and international partners to suspend temporarily any activity in preparation for damage resulting from Hurricane.

Léopold Berlanger ask them to exercise caution in implementing all the safety instructions and refraining from all nonessential displacement.

He also wants to invite everyone to exercise their own judgment in this particular circumstance and not hesitate to take shelter in case of manifest danger."

Finally, he asked all members of the Departmental Electoral Offices (BED) and Communal (BEC) to take all measures to protect their lives and ensure that the goods and materials of the institution are well guarded.

The Provisional Electoral Council will inform the public in a timely manner of the evolution of the situation.

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