The G8 rejects an invitation from the Evaluation Commission -Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

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 ‘

Madam, gentlemen,

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”



And so the game continues.

The GROUP OF 8 starts the dance that will see them attempt to completely destroy the electoral process and create chaos.

They are not Haitian Patriots.

They are Dominican whores who have accepted payments from the enemy of our Nation.

Why doesn’t someone take the time to investigate and publish Celestin’s past crimes, and those of his fellow GROUP OF 8 conspirators.


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2 thoughts on “The G8 rejects an invitation from the Evaluation Commission -Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

  1. Les membres de la commission d’évaluation électorale indépendante ont présenté ce lundi 28 décembre, à Pétion ville, l’état d’avancement des travaux réalisés à date au sein de ladite commission, a constaté un reporter de Vant bèf info (VBI).

    Selon le porte-parole de la commission, leur mission consiste à « évaluer le 1e tour de la présidentielle afin d’aboutir à la crédibilité et la légitimité du processus électoral ». Rosny Desroches a expliqué que les décisions sont prises, au sein de la commission, sur la base de consensus.

    Ce dernier a expliqué que les principaux axes sur lesquels la commission va s’appuyer pour mener sa mission sont les préparatifs réalisés avant, pendant et après le scrutin du 25 octobre dernier, le transport des matériels électoraux, la vérification au Centre de tabulation (CTV) et le contentieux électoral.

    Rosny Desroches en a profité pour annoncer que la commission a déjà rencontré 8 des 9 conseillers électoraux, car le conseiller absent était à l’étranger, a-t-il soutenu. Les membres de la commission ont rencontré également des techniciens du CEP. Ils ont déjà rencontré le candidat à la présidence Jovenel Moise et une rencontre est prévue cet après-midi avec l’autre candidat à la présidence Jude Celestin et d’autres acteurs politiques du pays, a précisé Rosny Desroches.

    Questionné autour de la façon dont les membres de la commission vont procéder pour mener leur évaluation à l’intérieur du CTV, Rosny Desroches a répondu que des statisticiens haïtiens se sont mis d’accord sur une formule qui prendra en compte 15% des procès-verbaux. Et, les résultats trouvés seront élargis à tous le processus, a indiqué le porte-parole de la commission.

    A rappelé que le G8 a, dans un communiqué, refusé de rencontrer la commission électorale. Ce pour plusieurs raisons dont l’absence d’évaluation du processus électoral dans son ensemble et la facon dont l’exécutif a mis en place cette commission qui ne tient pas compte des propositions du G8.

  2. “They are Dominican whores who have accepted payments from the enemy of our Nation”

    Dominican Republic is Haiti’s enemy? I thought it was the other way around:

    1. Haiti occupied DR for 22 years.

    2. Haiti imposes bans on Dominican products.

    3. Haiti dumps its poor citizens on the DR.

    4. Haiti conducts smear campaigns against DR on international forums.

    5. Recently Haitians invaded DR’s embassy and burned DR’s flag.

    6. Early Haitian constitutions stated that the island of Haiti/Hispaniola was indivisible. The first Constitution that acknowledges the existence of two countries on the island is the Constitution of 1987 which states that the country is bordered to the east by the Dominican Republic.

    If the Dominicans are indeed financing political chaos in Haiti, then good for them. Consider that a measured response to Haiti’s hostile behavior toward that Catholic, Spanish-speaking nation.

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