As part of its mission, the Independent Electoral Commission of Evaluation created at the request of Jude Célestin, a member of the G8 as a condition for its maintenance in the electoral race, formally invited the G8 to a meeting, scheduled to be held Sunday, December 27 to Hotel Kinam.
However, in a correspondence signed by Jean Henry Céant, dated Saturday, the G8 has declined the invitation and asked as usual, new preconditions for any meeting.
A position contradictory while “The Alternative League for Progress and the Haiti Emancipation” (LAPEH) party of Jude Célestin, had welcomed the establishment of this Commission…
Letter of G8 :
“Port-au-Prince this December 26, 2015
Ladies and Gentlemen of the “Independent Electoral Commission of Evaluation ‘
The G8 acknowledges receipt of your e-mail dated December 26, 2015 at 5 pm by which you wanted to invite him to a meeting to be held Sunday, December 27th 10:00 am to Hotel Kinam.
The G-8 is sorry to not be able to meet a Commission worthy of the name without the following preconditions :
Commission worthy of the name without the following preconditions:
1. The electoral process concerned by the evaluation should include the legislative elections, municipal and presidential contrary to what is written in the terms of reference of yours;
2. The process of appointment of the Independent Commission of independent investigation of electoral verification desired by the G8 and required by all the vital forces of the nation, must meet a transparency requirement to give it the necessary moral authority to carry out its mission.
The G-8 expresses the hope that, in the sense of the search for a viable democratic solution to the electoral crisis, you will understand the need to work in this direction to deserve the Fatherland.
For the G-8
Jean Henry Céant”