Haiti - Politic : Next elections, with which CEP ? - HaitiLibre.com : Haiti news 7/7
Download the Revised School Calendar January to August 2023 (official)

iciHaiti - NOTICE Diaspora : Calendar of Mobile Consulates (Florida)

iciHaiti - U17 : Our Grenadiers U17 victorious [2-1] during their 2nd test match

iciHaiti - True and False : Details on the day of unrest in Gonaïves

iciHaiti - Insecurity : A driver of the Cuban Medical Brigade kidnapped

iciHaiti - Peru : A bus falls into a ravine, 8 Haitians killed

more news

Haiti - News : Zapping...

Haiti - Diplomacy : The Ambassador of Haiti reiterates to the OAS his request for the intervention of a foreign force

Haiti - FLASH : Jamaica ready to deploy soldiers and police in Haiti

Haiti - Economy : Loss of more than 3,500 jobs announced in the textile sector

Haiti - FLASH : Inflation close to 50% (December 2022)

more news

Haiti - Politic : Next elections, with which CEP ?
21/09/2011 12:24:13

Haiti - Politic : Next elections, with which CEP ?
Edouard Paultre, head of the Haitian Council of Non State Actors (Conseil Haïtien des Acteurs Non Etatiques CONHANE) is concerned about the next elections, while no presidential decree has been published to date and that the current Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) does not allow the holding of credible elections.

"...we will have to do elections and there is no Electoral Council [credible] which is established. The amendment of the Constitution provides how the Permanent Electoral Council must be done, if we do not make like that, what will happen is that we will destabilize the country.

This will be very difficult to establish once again a Provisional Electoral Council, we arrived at the edge of the case of CEP, we know what happened to the last election, how they set up a CEP to the dimension of the political point of view of President Préval. Today, we can still fall in the same situation and have a CEP which could be formed and would be under the command of Mr. Martelly.

Mr. Preval has corrupted in some way, all the institutions that were designated members of the CEP, so that the elections [...] be made in favor of a political sector in particular.

We do not want to fall again in this case, we need to provide the country with an electoral institution that is consistent with the Constitution, which is able to implement its mandate properly [...]

Second thing, there is the question of the diaspora. The integration of the diaspora in the political dynamics in Haiti is something that is necessary, we can not have done all these efforts [for nothing], having made constitutional amendments and today, certain sectors that swim in troubled waters, do not want to publish these constitutional amendments..."

See also :

S/ HaitiLibre

Twitter Facebook Rss
Send news to... Daily news...

Why HaitiLibre ? | Contact us | Français
Copyright © 2010 - 2023