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Haiti - News : Zapping politics...
Sunday, a few hours after the closure of the polling stations, Fanmi Lavalas issued a statement saying "[...] we have information that let us know that the vote of the majority was expressed in favor of Maryse Narcisse [...] we have information that let us know that the vote of the majority was expressed in favor of Maryse Narcisse [...]"
Declining participation rate ?
On Monday, the Citizen Observatory for the Institutionalization of Democracy (OCID) revealed at a press conference that the participation rate at national level would be 23.3% (30% in 2015), estimating the participation of women to 37.9% and men to 62.1%
Réginald Delva convinced that nothing has changed
According to Reginald Delva, former Minister of the Interior and former Secretary of State for Public Security "The notions of massive fraud and zombie votes" have been a mere invention of the enemies of the Nation. 1 year and more than 100 million dollars later, we realize that the results of the elections have not changed (since October 25)."
The PHTK claims victory
Monday noon during a press conference, Rudy Hérivaux, spokesman of the party PHTK declared "The candidate Jovenel Moïse is the elected president of Haiti [...] Officially we already know, the country know , The whole world knows who the President-elect of Haiti a nd this is not a mystery..."
Discovery of ballots
Ballots were discovered around Saint Jean Bosco, a judge was dispatched on the spot.
More women in the composition of the BV
In the elections of 20 November, the representation of women in the composition of polling stations (BV) increased from 34.5% to 38.9% on 25th October 2015 (35.8% as President, 39.1% as Vice-President and 41.8% as Secretary).