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Haiti - Elections : The Saga of the Senate Committee of Inquiry continues
07/06/2011 15:08:00

Haiti - Elections : The Saga of the Senate Committee of Inquiry continues
The Senate Committee of Inquiry on the corruption and fraud attempts to continue its hearings this week in the hope that will appear before the Committee Gaillot Dorsinvil, the President of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP), but also Edmond Mulet, the former Head of UN Mission for Stabilization in Haiti (Minustah) and Colin Granderson, the President of the electoral observation mission OAS/CARICOM (JEOM).

Senator Youri Latortue who presides the Senate Committee of Inquiry said yesterday Monday "...we are supposed to receive all the clerks and bailiffs of the Electoral Council, but they must come with their documents [...] so that we can review decisions, how they were taken, [...] we know there are minutes, the deliberate, that there are the decision... [...] since there are many documents, the Vice-President of the CEP told us that he would put them at our disposal, instead of moving them [...] we'll go today at the Electoral Council to look at all these documents [...] we hope this will help us see more clearly, especially as there are many declarations of litigation lawyers that are very pertinent and we hope to verify their declarations.

We also wrote to the Director of the Central Financial Intelligence Unit (UCREF), in order that at the same time, that he looks compared to the statements that have been made, the movements of accounts at the level of members of Electoral Council [...] therefore the investigation continues. We'll go to the Tabulation Center and we also expect this week, the answer to the correspondence we sent to Mr. Edmond Mulet and Mr. Colin Granderson, so they could come by Friday, testifying before the Commission [...] From all these declarations, we believe that by the first week of opening of the second parliamentary session, we will work on the report, in order to hand it to the National Assembly."

Gaillot Dorsinvil, the President of the CEP was still absent on Monday without anyone knowing exactly where he is. Asked about this, Pierre-Louis Opont, the Director General of the Electoral Council was unable to provide precision declaring "I did not go to the office of the advisers to know who was there and who was not there."

On the sidelines of the launching ceremony of the week for children organized by the Social welfare and Research Institute (IBSR) with the support of the Fund of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), the President Martelly has stated that "The Presidency will convene the CEP and we hope that they [the CEP members] appear before us [...] if they do not show up, then we will be able say clearly the position that we will take [...] Once I would have convened them, as President of the Republic, and if they do not show up, I would know what that means. I'll convene them today."

Many sectors believe that Gaillot Dorsinvil is not solely responsible, that the other advisers and the Director General are also responsible to have endorsed the results communicated by the CEP. These sectors also accuse without naming them, some government officials and outgoing personalities and dignitaries from the international community, which played a leading role in the organization of the recent elections...

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