CARICOM Election Mission to Haiti releases Immediate Post-Election Statement

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The CARICOM Electoral Observer Mission to Haiti. Fourth from right is Dr. Steve Surujbally,Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (Chief of Mission)
The CARICOM Electoral Observer Mission to Haiti. Fourth from right is Dr. Steve Surujbally,Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (Chief of Mission)

The CARICOM Election Observation Mission (CEOM) to Haiti has issued its Immediate Post-Election Statement in which it highlighted areas that could lead to “undesirable sequels” if not corrected.

Those areas included anomalies pertaining to voting norms, varying methodologies in poll practices and inadequate physical space at polling stations

The eight-member team, headed by Dr. Steve Surujbally, Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission, observed the 26 October Elections in Haiti. The team met with a number of persons including the Prime Minister, the Hon. Evans Paul, and representatives of the diplomatic corps in Haiti. The Mission visited 127 polling stations.

IMMEDIATE POST ELECTION STATEMENT HAITI 2015

 
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