CNN di ke ARISTID tankou yon BONM ATOMIK .Li eksploze ak TOUT RADYASYON.
CNN di se RA pou yo we yon bagay kon sa ;ARISTID chanje DONN ELEKSYON an.
Yo estime ke MARIZ NASIS kapab ap Mennen a 45 %.
Yo di se JUDE CELESTIN ki pou veye ZO l ,pou PHTK ak MATELI pa chanje bagay yo pou yo mete NEG BANNANN lan lan 2zyem TOU olye de limenm.
Mwen t ap gade NOUVEL ENTENASYONAL sou CNN ;yo repete ke se MARIZ NASIS k ap mennen e JUDE CELESTIN an dezyem:
Se yon RAPO ki soti AYE
HAITIAN ELECTION: A WILD CARD EMERGES, FANMI LAVALAS VIA JEAN-BERTRAND ARISTIDE
By epallis | Posted 19 hours ago | Port-au-Prince, Haiti
This October has been a “wild card” month in global politics. From Vladimir Putin’s military gambit in the Middle East, to Paul Ryan’s resurgence as the leading Republican in the United States’ House of Representatives, to the ascendance of Canadian Liberal Party leader and prime minister designate, Justin Trudeau, to Jimmy Morales’ election as the new President of Guatemala, a television comedian and political neophyte, October has been exciting, to say the least.
This month, Haiti’s plat-du-jour, so to speak, is not a contender for political office but, rather, Former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. Aristide has shown once again, that he remains the single most influential political force in Haiti. The political class, journalists, the business community, representatives of foreign governments, and the United Nations may have just witnessed Aristide’s most valuable asset. On October 23rd, the last day of campaigning, thousands of supporters followed his heavily armored caravan as he showcased his Fanmi Lavalas candidate, Dr. Maryse Narcisse. According to Haitian political analyst Pacha Vorbe, “It was a show of democratic force; the electorate is with Fanmi Lavalas.” What distinguishes these crowds from the supporters of any other presidential candidate is the outpouring of authentic positive emotion Dr. Aristide and his Fanmi Lavalas party have generated for their partisan. The crowds chanted, "Aristide is our blood!” and, “Aristide is our father and now he gave us our mother!”
Dr. Aristide was able to help consolidate the Fanmi Lavalas’s core electorate after many Haitian analysts and journalists said there was an irreconcilable schism within the organization. Many pointed to the presidential candidacy of Moise Jean Charles, Arnell Belizaire’s failed senatorial bid, and Andre Michel’s stalled Presidential bid as evidence of the party’s dysfunction.
On October 25th, relatively peaceful elections took place in several Caribbean and Latin American countries. Argentina, Columbia, Guatemala, and Haiti all enjoyed smooth electoral processes. Political aficionados in most of these countries accurately forecast the winners. But in Haiti, a country without reliable exit polls and with a government voting bureau chronically plagued by disorganization and scandal, it is a different story. The electoral process in Haiti has been marred by corruption and flagrant violations. Too often, unverifiable data published by the Haitian government creates a tense and toxic political atmosphere. Currently, there are already rumors circulating that the presidential election has been tampered with, to the benefit of PHTK candidate Jovenel Moise. For context, PHTK is the party of the current Haitian president, Michel Joseph Martelly. According to many in Haiti, thousands of ballots favoring PHTK were secretly taken in to the polling stations to help boost ballot counts.
There is a general consensus among nonpartisans analysts and observers that Dr. Maryse Narcisse of Fanmi Lavalas did exceptionally well throughout the country. “Two candidates have emerged as serious contenders in the race -- Jude Celestin, who was eliminated from the second round in the controversial 2010 vote following an OAS recount, and Maryse Narcisse, a physician who has the backing of former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide,” said a journalist at the Voice of America, a radio program that covers Haiti’s election.
Some reports show Dr. Maryse Narcisse having won approximately 45% of the vote -- an astounding number that, if accurate, will certainly propel her to the primary position in the forthcoming presidential runoff, schedule for December 27th.
Yves Cristalin, the former president of the Haitian Congress and current Lavalas adviser, stated, “What we saw on election day…we all knew this would happen: Fanmi Lavalas lives in the heart of the people. Dr. Maryse Narcisse is the candidate of choice by the people, and Dr. Jean Betrand Aristide remains a powerful and transcending political figure. The people will never forget President Aristide’s and Fanmi Lavalas’ goal of lifting Haiti from misery and poverty with dignity”
There is a growing consensus among voting center presidents that there will be a presidential runoff between Fanmi Lavalas candidate, Maryse Narcisse, and Lapeh candidate, Jude Celestin. Also, there is growing suspicion that the Michele Martelly candidate, Jovenel Moise, who is the least popular among the three candidates, may take Jude Celestin’s place in the presidential runoff against Fanmi Lavalas.
Multiple attempts to reach out to the Jude Celestin's camp about for this article yielded no response.