Haiti Elections Nightmare - The Executive Branch is Complaining, 128 days has passed and the Senate refuse to vote the Electoral Law

Haiti Elections Update - The Martelly Administration is complaining the fact that 128 days has passed since the lower house of parliament voted on the amended electoral law, yet and still, the Senate refuses to sign the law... Elections is on HOLD in Haiti...


Haiti Elections Delayed

It's been 141 days since 19 Mar 2014 when the El Rancho accord was signed and the election process was supposed to jump-start within weeks. 128 days later, everything is in place... Everything but ONE...

There is no Electoral law...

The Electoral Council (CEP) is ready but they have no law to work with...

Read this french note from the Haitian Government: Haiti Elections 2014 - Deja 128 jours, la Loi Electorale toujours pas votée par le Sénat de la Republique

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Candy Rieger says...

President Martelly and President Obama seem to be in the same muddle.

Praying for both of them and for the two

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Patrick Princivil says...

Ban-n égaré, nou pa wè sé yon ti kòb anba tab yo bézwen pou yo ka fèmen fèy bèk yo e pou yo rétiré kò yo?

yo déjà wè pou jan mwen démaské yo la a yo pap pasé nan éléction an. Piga Prézidan Martelly bay anyin, map gadé sa yo pwal fè?

Fòk mwen té pèdi container sa a pou-m té déprogramé nan pil bouda yo, fòk mère Francis té kité lékòl li nan Carrefour Christ-Roi pou-l té mété ak Arold Jacques pou yo ta-l kasé caye la e pou yo té vòlè tout afè nou, mwen nan bouda yo.

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