G8 wants Transitional government in Haiti by January

The group of eight candidates or the G8 is giving the entire process less than one month before calling for a transitional government to organize new general elections in Haiti within two years. Their demands: an independent recount of past election results, changes in Haiti's electoral council and national police department. In the meantime, the Group of Eight is calling for the protests to continue.


G8 vle gouvènman Tranzisyonèl an Ayiti an janvye

Gwoup 8 ap bay tout pwosesis la mwens pase yon mwa anvan rele pou yon gouvènman tranzisyon pou òganize nouvo eleksyon jeneral an Ayiti nan lespas de ane.

Me demand yo: yon rekontaj endepandan de rezilta eleksyon ki sot pase a, chanjman nan konsèy elektoral ak depatman polis nasyonal la.

Entre-temps, gwoup 8 ap rele pou manifestasyon yo ka kontinye.

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Neg Miserne says...

I am tired of those guys. First, they called for protest, when they did not want to have election with Martelly in power.

They accepted to participate in the election ( without telling the people they chose to go).

They lost very badly.Now they want to protest again.

Are they & those who follow them on

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