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Election Results for Senators, Deputies have been released

We just received information that the Preliminary results of the elections have been released. The elections on October 25, 2015 was supposed to determine the composition of the Haitian. Here is what the Haitian Senate will look look like if there are no objections :

Nord-Ouest: Onondieu, Louis
Nord: Nawoom, Marcellus
Nord-Est: Ronald, Lareche
Artibonite: Carl Murat, Cantave
Centre: Willot, Joseph
Ouest: Antonio, Cheramy
Sud-Est: Dieupie, Cherubin
Nipples: Nenel, Cassy
Sud: Jean-Marie Junior, Salomon
Grand Anse: Guy Philippe

Here is the link for the Preliminary election results for the Senate

Here is the link for the Preliminary election results for the Deputies

Here is the link for the Preliminary election results for the Presidency of Haiti

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Election results will be made public at 4:00Pm, today

We just learned that the election results will be given today at 4:00PM. "Pare pa Pare lanterman pour 4 heures"

We also learned that last night was very noisy with gun shots heard all over the Haitian Capital. We hope that the CEP will respect the time and not to wait until midnight to release the election results.

The heat is on for the members of the CEP. Today is definitely a historic day for these members. They will be classified either as heroic individuals or be a disgrace for the Haitian society. The following are the names you need to remember. They are the current CEP members:

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We will know today our next President or the final two

Friday, Pierre-Louis Opont, the President of the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP), has again confirmed the date of Tuesday, November 3, 2015 for the publication of preliminary results of the elections of 25 October. What should expect? Do you think the results will be satisfactory to everyone?

MUSIC VIDEO: Haiti Cherie - Pral gen yon kouri nan yon ti tan anko

Haitians anxiously waiting for the preliminary results of the first round of presidential elections to be published today by members of the provisional Electoral Council (CEP). Fifty four candidates were in the race. However, the candidates most people have their eyes on are: Jude Celestin, Jean Charles Moise and Jovenel Moise.

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G8 wants Transitional Government in Haiti by January

As per news dated November 30, 2015, the eight losing presidential candidates (G8) out of total 54 candidates representing 49.81% of total votes, following the failure of a meeting with the CEP demanding to form an independent commission of inquiry to inquire and assess the alleged frauds affecting the integrity of the October 25th election, are now demanding either a change in Haiti's electoral council and national police department or a transitional government to oversee a new general election. These candidates include seven of top ten vote getters and each of them claim they won the presidency in the first round of election held on October 25th, 2015. As per their demand, the transitional government would be empowered to adopt a new constitution with various reforms needed to organize a credible election within next two years.

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FLASH - Haiti Election Results postponed for November 5

If you have been waiting for the election results to be published today, you will have to wait a little bit longer. The CEP just announced that the election results have been postponed for November 5. This decision came following the conclusion of a special commission put in place to investigate complaints of frauds following the election of October 25.

The special commission received a total of 162 complaints of irregularity and frauds during the last election; 43 of these complaints have been transferred to the Tabulation Center to be followed up. The CEP also announced that the conclusion of these investigations will be made public the moment they the investigation ends.

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Was Dieuseul Simon Desras right about potential Election Fraud?

Many people did not take formed Senator Dieuseul Simon Desras seriously when he was making some damaging accusation on the Martelly government about the the election of October 25. He mentioned that some members of the group rented a home belonging to Dr Guerin; "that if you go there you would see about 17 cars in front of that house with tinted windows, watching over the house day and night".

VIDEO REPORT: Was Dieuseul Simon Desras right about potential Election Fraud?

According to Senator Deras, this is the place where the government was involved in manufacturing ballots for the October 25 election.

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PHTK agents voted often and multiple times in Haiti Election

According to several news sources in the media, Parti Haitien Tet Kale (PHTK) was involved ballot stuffing on Election day. They purchased ten of thousand of trafficked cards from accredited organizations and Mandates. It was also reported that paid agents or fanatics were voting multiple times on election day. The decision of the CEP to issue close to 14,000 accreditation cards to each political party was criticized. Many of these organizations were not politically neutral.

It is also a fact in Haiti history that violence and manipulation of the electoral process is often orchestrated by the government itself. During the election, the government is often the group that is involved in violence as it has the monopoly of violence. The government will often use whatever necessary to win.

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Open enrollment to join our Association of Victimized Candidates

The key to be a good business person is the ability to predict what the demand will likely be depending on the situation or occasion. I am 100 percent certain that there is going to be a great demand for candidates who would rather be known as Victimized Candidates once the election results are published by the CEP.

As they may already start, many of those who did not win will play the card of victims so that they can capitalize on the sympathy of the population as well as keeping a face to justify their lost. This is usually the most difficult time for the CEP members in Haiti. Candidates who were not chosen will start protesting

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Tabulation Center at work 24 hours a day

Election officials in Haiti are counting ballots from Sunday's vote at th Tabulation Center located at SONAPI.

VIDEO REPORT: Thirty percent of Votes received at Tabulation Center

This is a lengthy process that will eventually determine the preliminary results. A total of 400 people at the Tabulation Center in order to evaluate the Proce Verbal" from all polling stations in Haiti. They started receiving "Proce Verbal" on Monday and as of Tuesday they had about thirty percent of the total, coming specifically from Departments Ouest, North Ouest, SouthEast, and North.

According to Engeneer Matador, responsible for operation of the Tabulation Center, they are working as expected and in all transparency to make sure that the results are published as indicated by the electoral calendar.

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It looks like Jean Bertrand Aristide will win the Election

What if Moise Jean Charles and Maryse Narciss go to run-off? - Many experts made it clear that the contest for the presidency of Haiti is between four candidates, Jude Celestin, Moise Jean Charles, Jovenel Moise and Maryse Narcisse. Have you asked the question: What if the two candidates who are qualified for the run off election scheduled for December 27, 2015 are Moise Jean Charles and Maryse Narcisse?

This is definitely something to think about as it is a possibility. Until the last week before the election, only three candidates were really in the race to win the presidency, Jude Celestin, Moise Jean Charles and Jovenel Moise. However Jean Bertrand Aristide has one more time demonstrated to many that he is a force not to be denied. His public support to Maryse Narcisse on the last week before the election has made a major effect. She is now counted as one of the possible winners to be qualified for the run off.

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