Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

IJDH and Allies’ Webinar on Haiti Elections

As allegations of fraud and proof of such mounted, Haiti’s Provisional Electoral Council released final results for the first round of presidential elections. Daily protests and calls for fair, democratic elections haven’t stopped and some are even calling for a transitional government to hold honest elections. On December 16th, we discussed what has happened since the August 9th round of elections, our work supporting Haitians’ demands, and what we may expect of the round originally scheduled for December 27th (postponed since the webinar).


Prospere Charles, President and CEO of the 1804 Institute

Jake Johnston, Research Associate at the Center for Economic and Policy Research

Nik Barry-Shaw, IJDH Voting Rights Associate


Kem Picard, IJDH Communications Coordinator

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To watch the recording, click here.

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