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Haiti presidential candidate won't participate in election (19.01.2016)

Haiti's opposition presidential candidate Jude Celestin said Monday he will not participate in a planned run-off, calling it a farce with only one candidate.

UN chief calls for delayed elections to be resolved as soon as possible (05.01.2016)

For the second time in two weeks United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has again voiced concern at political developments in Haiti over the ongoing electoral process, urging the authorities and all political actors to resolve outstanding issues as soon as possible. […] the two top vote...

Panel says election irregularities were due to incompetence, not fraud (04.01.2016)

A commission that evaluated Haiti’s contested presidential election said on Monday that most of the irregularities it found in first-round voting were the result of widespread ineptitude by poll workers and not political mischief.

Haiti election results trigger violent protests (25.11.2015)

Violent protests have erupted in Haiti after the electoral council announced the official results of the first round of last month's presidential election.

Haiti delays announcement of presidential results (03.11.2015)

Haiti's provisional electoral council said Monday that news on presidential vote results had been delayed. The announcement of preliminary results that was set for Tuesday now has been pushed back to Thursday amid reports of irregularities that have to be investigated, the council said in a...

Haiti waits for results of Presidential election (26.10.2015)

Election officials in Haiti are counting ballots from Sunday's vote, a lengthy process that will take at least a week before producing preliminary results. … Election observers say Sunday's vote was largely free of major problems and the violence that plagued parliamentary elections in August.

Security Council renews mandate of MINUSTAH, maintains recommended troop levels (14.10.2015)

The Security Council this morning extended the mandate of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) for one year, until 15 October 2016, at the UN Secretary General’s recommended force levels of up to 2,370 troops and 2,061 police.