G8, Fanmi Lavalas Reject Commission of Electoral Evaluation
It is almost a known fact that the elections of October 25 were marred by fraud in favor of ruling party's candidates, and the CEP is subject to external influences. Since CEP is determined to hold the second round of presidential elections on December 27th amid protests of the G8, Fanmi Lavalas and other opposition parties, it would be wise if the opposition can stand up as one man against President Martelly; jointly they might resist his forceful imposition of candidate Jovenel Moses as his successor. If G8 could find a consensus and form an alliance with Fanmi Lavalas, they might confront Jovenel Moses in the second round. Even if the seven candidates rally behind Jude Celestin, with their combined efforts and resources, they can mount a considerable challenge. After the hearing of November 17th, the National Electoral Office of Litigation (BCEN) has granted permission to Dr. Maryse Narcisse, the presidential candidate of the Fanmi Lavalas party, to verify the records of the voting tabulation center in respect of her two disputed incidences. Dr. Narcisse had reported massive frauds in favor of ruling party's candidate Jovenel Moses.
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