Nehemy Joseph resigns from CEP ahead of election
Here is the picture of Nehemy Joseph former member of Haiti's Provisional Electoral Council. He resigns from the CEP in October, 2015, ahead of the election
Three weeks before the critical vote to elect Martelly's successor, Nehemy Joseph, a member of Haiti's Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) has resigned on Friday, October 2nd, 2015. In his statement to the Le Nouvelliste correspondent, he has said that he was not comfortable with the workings of the Electoral Council towards an inclusive and impartial election and has sent his 3 page resignation letter to the President Michel Martelly. Nehemy Joseph is a member representing the Voodoo and the peasant community on the nine-member council of CEP. His sudden retirement has raised concern about the possibility of more resignations from the embattled electoral body.