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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