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Haiti - Special elections : Several hundred fraud reports #HaitiElections
The Anti-Fraud Emergency Center of the Ministry of Justice has already received more than 300 reports of fraud. 80% of the calls received are linked to the voting centers. Please contact us at 4929-0101 only for cases of fraud.
The candidate Dr. Maryse Narcisse (Fanmi Lavalas) has just voted at the national school of Frères.
Some hours after the opening of the voting center of Lycée of Cité Soleil the affluence was weak. The situation is calm and on the spot a strong police presence is visible.
Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles went to Chansolme to fulfill his duty as a citizen "I invite all citizens who hold their cards to fulfill their civic duty."
13 arrests have taken place so far, of which 7 for rocks launched, 1 candidate for the Senate https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-19287-haiti-special-elections-logistical-problems-arrest-of-a-candidate-violence-haitielections.html and 4 for disturbance of public order. The PNH recalls article 201 of the electoral decree of March 2, 2015, which stipulates "is punished with imprisonment from six (6) months to three (3) years and a fine of ten thousand (10,000) to one hundred thousand (100,000) gourdes, tha fact by any person: a) To prevent or attempt to prevent the operation of a polling station; b) o disturb the order by assault or violence or by any other maneuver detrimental to the electoral process." In addition, several vehicles were seized in Boucan-Carre as part of the election day.
At midday, at the exit of the churches there is a clear increase of the presence in several voting centers, notably at the level of Cité Soleil.
The candidate Jude Célestin (LAPEH) went to the Voting centre of the Lycée of Pétion-ville in order to fulfill its duty of citizen.
The candidate Moïse Jean Charles (Pitit Desalin) will go to Milot in order to vote.
According to Ariel Toussain, President of the Communal Electoral Office (BEC), everything is going very well in St-Marc for now.
In Gressier, the Haitian National Police (PNH) moved three vehicles parked less than 100 m from the Voting centre.
In Pestel the citizens came out under rain to go vote.
"I have just voted to express my solidarity with the electoral process. I invite all the people to do the same. Elections must be conducted in an impartial and neutral manner. The State is getting away from the process," declared Camille Junior Edouard Minister of Justice when he voted this morning at the Petion-Ville High School.
Juan Raul Ferreira, Head of the Electoral Observation Mission of the Organization of American States, declared "I would like to take this opportunity to invite all citizens of Haiti to come out and vote en masse. Thank you and good vote."