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Does validation of Haiti’s election allow optimism for cholera aid?

David Nabarro, who is heading up the United Nations’ cholera response in Haiti, has high hopes for funding the plan now that Jovenel Moise has been confirmed as Haiti’s new president. Though contributions from UN member states besides France and South Korea have been slow, Nabarro hopes that funding will pick up now that there is an established government for the funds to go into. The World Economic Forum will take place later this month and Nabarro plans to use that opportunity to convince potential donors to invest in a long-term plan for Haiti. Part of the article is below. Click HERE for the full text. UN hopes Haiti election will open door for cholera aid World Bulletin January 7, 2017 The United Nations is struggling to get pledged aid for Haiti’s cholera epidemic victims but hopes nascent political stability […]

Observation préliminaires sur l’organisation et la réalisation de l’élection

Après l’élection du 20 Novembre 2016, la Coalition D’Observation Electorale a observé le processus ayant abouti au scrutin susmentionné. La Coalition a trouvé des points positifs et negatifs sur le scrutin, et ils sont détaillés dans le rapport complet. Une partie des observations est dessous. Cliquez ICI pour le texte complet. Observations préliminaires de la Coalition sur l’organisation et la réalisation du scrutin du 20 novembre 2016 Réseau National de Défense des Droits Humains 21 Novembre, 2016 Le 20 novembre 2016, les élections présidentielles et  législatives partielles se sont tenues sur le territoire national. La Coalition d’Observation Electorale composée de SOFA, CNO, CONHANE, RNDDH, CARDH et POHDH a observé le processus ayant abouti au scrutin susmentionné…   Cliquez ICI pour le rapport complet.

Parliamentary vacancies – What this means for Sunday’s election

For Sunday’s election, many legislative seats are up for grabs, including more than half of the Senate. With so many vacancies, it is important to stay up to date and informed about Parliamentary candidates. Learn more by reading and clicking on the article below. Part of the article is below. Click HERE for the full text. Haiti Election Primer, Part 3: The Parliament Jake Johnston, The Center for Economic and Policy Research November 17, 2016   Read Part 1: Timeline of Key Events, here.  Read Part 2: Presidential Candidates and Their Parties, here.  Often lost in the discussion of Haiti’s presidential race is the fact that many legislative seats are up for grabs as well, including more than half of the Senate. Currently, the parliament is pretty evenly split between political factions but with such a high number of seats left to […]

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