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Haiti - Elections : The results published in «Le Moniteur», sow the discord
21/06/2011 16:28:37

Haiti - Elections : The results published in «Le Moniteur», sow the discord
After weeks of uncertainty, the President Michel Martelly has finally promulgated, the last weekend in the official newspaper "Le Moniteur" the names of 13 Deputies and two Senators unable to sit, for more than one month and proclaimed winners of the controversial legislative election of March 2010, by the Special National Complaints and Challenges Bureau (BCEN).

Several unsuccessful candidates belonging mostly to the platform INITE have Monday to the Lower House, last instance in electoral matters, to not validate the power of their former competitors proclaimed winners after the decisions of the Special BCEN.

These candidates believe they have been victims of injustice, recalling the unconstitutional nature of the special BCEN which according to them, had no power to change the results previously published. They intend to challenge before the Haitian courts what they describe as the "results of the shame", stressing that the decision of the President Martelly has been taken "to satisfy the desires of a part of the international community, including the United States."

The former Deputy Laurore Edouard denounces the Head of State, for non-compliance with his words, recalling that the President Martelly had said that he would not publish the results of the special BCEN because the signatures on the bottom of the document, were not originals, but scanned.

Names of the Deputies and Senators published in the official newspaper "Le Moniteur" :

Deputies :

Doréus Eloune -- Mole Saint Nicolas (North West)
Dorcil Jusclair -- Bombardopolis (North West)
Saint-Fleur Altemetis Junior -- Cité Soleil (West)

Anelus Judles Lyonel -- L'Estère (Artibonite)
Salomon Fanel -- La Chapelle (Artibonite)
Fhilocsaint Ulrick -- Petite rivière de Nippes (North East)
Léger Jean Danton -- Léogane (West)
Laporte Joseph Franck -- Grand-Goâve (West)

Saintima Louinor -- Tiburon (South)

Musset Romain -- Maïssade (Center)

Théus Beguens -- Anse à Galets/Pointe-à-Raquette (West)

Gros Nègre Acilus -- La Torture (North West)

Cyrius G. Venex -- Petite rivière de l'Artibonite (Artibonite)

Senators :

Delacruz Francisco (ALTERNATIVE) -- Centre
Dera Simon Dieuseul (LAVNI) -- Centre

No decision has been announced concerning the four other candidates contested whose the constituencies had been the subject of post-electoral violence. These are : Domond Patrick (INITE) / Jacmel (South), Marcadieu Lutherking E. (INITE) / Belladère (Center), Laguerre Fanèse R. Jn. B. (SOLIDARITE) / Vallières/Carice/Mombin crochu (North East) and Belizaire Jeann Rigaud (INITE) / Abricots/Bonbon (North East).

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