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Election - Haiti Observer Blog

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Manipulation process for Election results has started in Haiti

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While election officials are pleading for patience as to the election results, the candidates are positioning themselves for the possible results.

The presidential field was so confusing that there was little clarity about who might have been the leading contenders. Pre-election polls did not help the process as many of them were unreliable in some cases delivered as a type of manipulation tool.

The camp for candidate Jude Celestin stated that their candidate was the victim of an electoral Coup d'etat on Sunday.
They take notes of many irregularities on election day. Also many of their observers were denied access at several voting centers

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Haiti Election Results Expected on November 3, 2015

Something smells fishy with Presidential polling in Haiti

Unlike most countries, if you are waiting for the election results in Haiti, you will have to be patient. It was just announced that the second round of legislative and first round of presidential and municipal elections will not be published until November 3, 2015 or exactly 10 days after the election.

Electoral officials announced partial results to be published within 10 days; but final results wouldn't be available until the end of November.

Election officials have pleaded for calm and patience. The Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) asks the media and the observers not to give any result before that time in order not to cause disturbance in the country

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Mandates and Observers for sale in Haiti election

Mandates for sale in Haiti Election

On October 25, 2015, many people in Haiti were happy with the results of the election. Some Political Parties and organizations accredited to observe the election were happy as well, but for different reasons. In fact, these groups were laughing all the way to the bank, thanks to the flourishing business of Mandates and Observers that have been selling during the election.

While many voters on election day were standing patiently in long lines outside of the polling stations throughout the country, some were engaged in fraud, taking advantage of the privilege accorded to them to supervise the voting process.

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VIDEO- Jean Bertrand Aristide, Maryse Narcisse voting on Election Day

Jean Bertrand Aristide, Maryse Narcisse voting in Lycee Jean Marie

Former President Jean Bertrand Aristide came back to the public scene a week before the general election in Haiti to support the candidate for the Political Party Fanmi lavalas, Maryse Narcisse. Before the public support received by Aristide, the campaign of Maryse Narcisse was to some extent struggling and many did not see her as a real contender.

VIDEO: Here is the video of former President Jean Bertrand ARISTIDE and Maryse Narcisse as the accomplish their citizen rights of voting on Election Day
Jean Bertrand ARISTIDE and Maryse Narcisse Voting on Election Day

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A Ki Kle, Nan Ki Tou, Nan Ki Pot, nan sant biro vot Elie du Bois

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At Voting center Elie Dubois, no key to open the doors. The staff was obligated to break the doors open with rocks in order to facilitate voting

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A Ki Kle, Nan Ki Pot, Nan Ki Tou nan sant biro vot Elie du bois

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In Ecole National Bokozel in Bokozel, St Marc, armed bandits entered two voting centers and took some ballot boxes with them. Some of the ballots, empty and completed were later found in the street near by.

12:55PM
Former President Jean Bertrand Aristide and Dr. Maryse Narcisse went to vote at the voting center in Lycee Jean Marie

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Some Videos of Election Day in Haiti (October 25, 2015)

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Videos of Election Day in Haiti (October 25, 2015)

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Voting in Petion Ville, Haiti, le 25 octobre 2015

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Haiti Election Video - Ecole Nationale République du Panama

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Here is a Video of the Election 2015 morning at Lycée Nationale de Pétion ville

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For a complete minute by minute report of the Haiti Election Day(October, 25, 2015), please go to the link below which will be updated constantly throughout the day with the latest information.

Link for minute by minute report of Haiti Election Day(October, 25, 2015)

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Ballot stuffing attempt at Lycee Jean Mary Vincent

Haiti Election 2010 Marked By Fraud

9:40AM Ballot stuffing attempt reported at Lycee Jean Mary Vincent voting Center. An individual with several ballots already filled out was attempted to conduct Ballot stuffing at Lycee Jean Mary Vincent voting Center. Other voters were able to inform the Police present at the center. No information is available as to whom he wanted to commit this crime for or the number of times he intended to vote. This incident is currently under investigation

WATCH VIDEO: Leta, Laboujwazi, Lepep by Manno Charlemagne

9:20AM: In Eglise Notre Dame De Caridad, in Carrefour Feuilles Port-au-Prince, there are 12 Voting centers. There are no privacy for the voters to cast their ballots. Anyone can observe what any voter makes.

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Haiti Election Day(October, 25, 2015), Timeline of events

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Here is what took place during the election in Haiti on October 25, 2015. There was a general satisfaction from every sector of the population on how the events of the day took place. Form the CEP, to Haiti Police force, government, observers and the general population, everyone seems to be for the most part satisfied.

The turn out by the population was very high, much better than the previous election. Haitian Police proceeded in conducting a total of 234 arrests. A total of 13 guns were captured, along with 4 vehicles in irregular situation. One Police officer was placed in isolation because some mendates belonging to political parties were found on him.

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Election day - Haiti's 5.8 million voters to select next leader

Some of the Candidates for Haiti Presidency in 2015

Haiti is voting this Sunday, October 25, in the second round of legislative elections, the first round of presidential and municipal. Haiti's 5.8 million registered voters will make their selections from a field of more than 1,800 candidates from 128 parties.

Election as an act of sovereignty
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The first challenge that we need to watch for is the distribution of Mandates for political parties. 13,725 mandates are supposed to be distributed to various representatives of the parties by 6:00AM due to the fact that the polling station can not accommodate for all the 54 representatives of political parties, members of polling stations, supervisors, national and international observers and voters. The plan is for the representatives of the political parties to enter the centers and polling stations in groups of ten with a rotation scheduled every 2 hours

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Candidate for deputy Jerry Tardieu to challenge results

Deputy Candidate Jerry Tardieu Says Election Results Wrong

Petion-Ville deputy candidate, Jerry Tardieu, representing VERITE, is disputing his first-round election results. The figure of 30.86% of votes in his favor is incorrect he says. The accurate figure is 34.59% according to the tallied votes his campaign has delivered. Although he leads his opponent by a comfortable margin of 22.05% it is not enough to claim victory in the first stage of voting.

In order to win the first round the Electoral Decree declares ". . . the candidate for deputy receiving the greatest number of votes who have (sic) not obtained an absolute majority . . ." must have a lead of 25% or more to be declared the winner.

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