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Haiti - Special Elections : Voters vote, PNH very present #HaitiElections
20/11/2016 08:51:57

Haiti - Special Elections : Voters vote, PNH very present #HaitiElections
"Despite the light rain in many parts of the country, this does not prevent citizens from fulfilling their civic duty," said the Ministry of Communication.

Voting started at the Voting Center of the Cité Lescot vocational school, about fifty people are in line, voters vote in total security, protected by PNH agents.

At the Lycée Pinchinat voting centre in Jacmel, we are told that voters are searched by police officers before they can enter.

In Jeremie, voters are still awaiting the opening of the offices at the Voting centre of the Hortensius Merlet National School.

A low turnout has been observed in some voting centres in downtown Port-au-Prince.

Former President Michel Martelly, accompanied by his wife, went a little before 8:00 am to the Lycée Nationale de Pétion-ville to vote, encouraging the population to vote, when he left the voting centre he was acclaimed by the crowd.

In Jérémie, more than a month after the passage of Hurricane Matthew on the Great South, some of the population went to the polls. At 8:00 a.m. it started to rain.

This morning, after 2 hours late, the voting process has just begun at the Fito Gracia High School in Grand-Goâve, a voting centre comprising 14 polling stations.

"I am positively impressed by the organization in place," said Elisabeth Beton Delègue, the French Ambassador to Haiti who was at the Voting centre Villa d'Accueil.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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