Haiti Senate voted resolution to stop election process

The Haitian Senate joined its force to the increasing number of people in the population trying to stop the election scheduled for January 24. The Senate voted a resolution last night demanding that the CEP stop the election process. 15 Senators voted in favor of the resolution, 5 voted against and no abstention for the resolution which will be handed to President Michel Martelly by January 21 to be published in the newspaper "Le Moniteur".


Haitian Kreyol:

Ayiti Sena te vote yon rezolisyon pou sispann pwosesis eleksyon an

Sena Ayisyen an mete fòs li ak kantite moun nan popilasyon ki ap eseye sispann eleksyon ki pwograme pou 24 Janvye an.

Sena a te vote yon rezolisyon yè swa pou mande ke CEP a sispann pwosesis la. 15 Senatè te vote an favè rezolisyon an, 5 te vote kont e pa gen Abstansyon pou rezolisyon an ki pral remèt bay Prezidan Michel Martelly jodi 21 janvye pou li pibliye nan jounal "Le Moniteur".

Tèt Chaje !!!

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