New G30 with Louko Desir, the candidate who came in last

The Citizen Observatory for the Institutionalization of the Democracy (OCID) is a consortium of the civil society, composed of the Civil Society Initiative (ISC), the Ecumenical Center for Human Rights (CEDH) and JURIMEDIA. The consortium is very worried and has undermined the credibility of the Haitian electoral apparatus to conduct a feasible second round of presidential elections on December 27th, 2015, and believes that the action of the CEP is derogatory to the decision of National Electoral Complaints and Challenges Bureau (BCEN).


The publication of the final results of the presidential elections on 24 November was careless and hasty. The competent authority should conduct some serious investigation and consult stakeholders to find an accepted, agreed mechanism. The actors should and could have played a more responsible role. After G8, 30 losing presidential candidates have formed another group as 'G30'. The new group has announced that they would take a series of civic, media, political, diplomatic and legal offensives to ensure that the will of the Haitian people is truly translated in the election result. Among others, Luckner Desir is a part of the team.

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