Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

La mise en place des enquêtes électorales pour valider des élections

Pour rendre les élections haïtiennes, souvent connu d’être pleines de fraudes, légitimes, des enquêtes sur treize élections des députés vont déterminer la validité des gens élus. Ces enquêtes cherchent les preuves pour les fausses déclarations ou des actes de violence d’après un communiqué public qui a décrit la constitution de ces commissions d’enquêtes. Le sort des députés « mal élus » connu d’ici mi-août Noclès Débréus, Le National  31 Juillet 2016 Une partie de la lettre est ci-dessous. Cliquez ICI pour le texte complet. … Le Conseil électoral provisoire (CEP) dans le cadre de l’application des recommandations de la Commission d’évaluation et de vérification électorale a constitué trois commissions d’enquête pour faire la lumière sur les élections dans treize circonscriptions électorales. Sur les circonscriptions en question, neuf députés en fonction sont sur des sièges éjectables au regard du CEP qui s’est réservé le droit d’invalider […]

The EU in Haiti: Neocolonialism?

The European Union has decided to withdraw from the Election Observation Mission in Haiti, highlighting rocky relations between Haiti and its international observers. The EU has been criticized for saying things were running smoothly in Haiti, when local populations report the exact opposite. In light of elections marred by irregularities and fraud, the EU has still insisted upon the validity and legitimacy of the elections. There is also concern over the lack of transparency in the mission, as well as the failure to watchful eye on previous president Martelly and his abuse of democracy in Haiti. Click HERE for the full article. — The European Union and Haiti: Everyday Neocolonialism? Frédéric Thomas The Haiti Support Group July 5th, 2016 On Wednesday June 8, following a report by the Independent Electoral Evaluation Commission (CIEVE)[1], the EU announced that it was to end its […]

Latest Haiti Election News from IJDH & Partners’ Blog

What’s going on with Haiti’s elections? This latest News Roundup from the Haiti Elections Blog includes conflicts over the end of interim president Privert’s term; withdrawal of the European Union observers; political wrangling by former president Martelly’s party, PHTK; and more. Whether or not the international community will fight against a re-run of Haiti’s elections remains to be seen. Click HERE for the full News Roundup. Haiti Elections News Roundup – June 20 Haiti Elections Blog June 20, 2016 The end of interim President Jocelerme Privert’s 120-day term came and went on June 14 without any decision by Haiti’s parliament, leaving confusion in its wake. The disputes over extending Privert’s mandate spilled out into the streets, with some of his opponents hinting at the possibility of his removal by force. The international powers expressed their dismay at the political uncertainty created […]

Haiti Elections at a Standstill

After former Haitian President Michel Martelly’s term expired, Haiti seems unable to hold legitimate elections to elect a new president. Jovenel Moïse of the PHTK party (Martelly’s former party) was declared the front-runner after the first round of elections. However, the verification committee set up to monitor the 2016 elections found widespread fraud and irregularities in the election. Sir Ronald Sanders, who led a Special Mission on the Organisation of American States, remarked that the Haitian population would not see the results as democratic. What is perhaps even more perplexing is how little both the United Nations and the United States are involving themselves. Normally at the forefront of pushing countries to have valid elections, both actors have failed to emphasize that in these elections. Click HERE for the full article. — Commentary: Haiti: No moving out and moving on Sir Ronald Sanders, Caribbean News Now! June […]

Contact IJDH

Institute for Justice & Democracy In Haiti
867 Boylston Street, 5th Floor
Boston, MA 02116

Telephone: (857)-201-0991
General Inquiries:
Media Inquiries: