Drones Surveillance spotted in Haiti sky for Election
Here is a picture of a Drones Surveillance spotted in Haiti sky during the October 25, 2015.
In Port-au-Prince's Petion-Ville neighborhood overseers tangled with each other while in line, and the police, who wore masks, tased the rowdiest supporters to impose order. Mid-month in Cite Soleil where protestors shot at police, 15 of them ended up dead. But despite the pre-election violence the polling place was bustling with voters, the largest turnout in Port-au-Prince. Evans Paul, Haiti's Prime Minister, commented the voting process was "satisfactory". But on Twitter he posted 70-plus people were arrested due to violence and voter fraud.
Undependable opinion polls indicated the biggest vote-gatherer was likely to be Jude Celestin in the first round of voting. This would pit him against Martelly's choice, political novice, Jovenel Moise, expected to be in the run-off on December 27th.