FLASH : Haiti Elections - Jovenel Moise wins Presidency with 55.67 percent of the votes
Breaking News... Haiti - Jovenel Moise becomes the new president of Haiti with 55.67 percent of the votes in the preliminary results...
November 28, 2016 11:13 PM
In a late press release by the provisional electoral council, the verdict came in. Jovenel Moise came in first with 595,430 votes (55.67%) followed by Jude Celestin with 208,837 votes (19.52%).
According to Haitian law, any candidate who wins more than 25 precent of the votes compared to the next candidate automatically wins the elections.
Finally, the results are in... Jovenel Moise is the new president elect of the Republic of Haiti...
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