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Some of the Candidates for Haiti Presidency in 2015

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Some of the Candidates for Haiti Presidency in 2015

This is a partial list of some Candidates running in Haiti Presidential election in 2015.

List of Candidates for the Presidency of Haiti in 2015
Here is the final list of 56 presidential candidates for October 25, 2015 election, published on June 12, 2015.

1. Jean Bony Alexandre (Concorde Nationale)
2. Amos Andre (Front Uni Pour la Renaissance d'Haiti)
3. Michel Andre (Plateforme Jistis)
4. Mario Andresol (Independent)
5. Charles Henri Baker (Respect)
6. Renold Jean Claude Bazin (Christian Movement for a New Haiti)
7. Irvenson Steven Benoit (Konviksyon)
8. Jean Bertin (Mouvement d'Union Republicaine)
9. Joseph Harry Bretous (Konbit pou Ayiti)
10. Emmanuel Joseph Georges Brunet (Plateforme Politique Entrenou)
11. Michel Fred Brutus (Parti Federaliste)
12. Jean Henry Ceant (Renmen Ayiti)
13. Jude Celestin (Ligue Alternative pour le Progres et l'Emancipation Haitienne)
14. Jean Herve Charles (Parti pour l'Evolution Nationale Haitienne)
15. Jean Ronald Cornely (Rassemblement des Patriotes Haitiens)
16. Kesler Dalmacy (Mopanou)
17. Yves Daniel (Pati Kreyol Nouye)
18. Luckner Desir (Mobilisation pour le Progres d'Haiti)
19. Simon Dieuseul Desras (Plateforme Politique Palmis)
20. Marc-Arthur Drouillard (Parti Unite Nationale)
21. Willy Duchene (Parti Republicain Haitien)
22. Daniel Dupiton (Cohesion Nationale des Partis Politiques Haitiens)
23. Joseph G. Varnel Durandisse (Retabli Ayiti)
24. Vilaire Cluny Duroseau (Mouveman pou Endepandans Kiltirel Sosyal Ekonomik ak Politik an Ayiti)
25. Saveur Pierre Etienne (Oganizasyon Pep Kap Lite)
26. Nelson Flecourt (Olahh Baton Jenes La)
27. Aviol Fleurant (Nouvelle Haiti)
28. Marie Antoinette Gautier (Plan d'Action Citoyenne)
29. Dalvius Gerard (Parti Alternative pour le Developpement d'Haiti)
30. Eric Jean Baptiste (Mouvement Action Socialiste)
31. Jean-Chavannes Jeune (Canaan)
32. Chavannes Jean Baptiste (Konbit Travaye Peyizan pou Libere Haiti)
33. Maxo Joseph (Rassemblement des Nationaux Democrates Volontaires pour l'Unite Salvatrice)
34. Antoine Joseph (Delivrans)
35. Rene Julien (Action Democratique pour Batir Haiti)
36. Steeve Khawly (Reseau Bouclier National)
37. Fresnel Larosliere (Mouvement pour l'Instauration de la Democratie en Haiti)
38. Jephthé Lucien (Parti Socialiste Unifie Haitien)
39. Samuel Madistin (Mouvement Patriotique Populaire Dessalinien)
40. Roland Magloire (Parti Democrate Institutionnaliste)
41. Jean Paleme Mathurin (Plateforme Politique G18)
42. Jovenel Moise (Parti Haitien Tet Kale)
43. Jean-Charles Moise (Platfom Pitit Dessalinés)
44. Diony Monestime (Independent)
45. Maryse Narcisse (Fanmi Lavalas)
46. Michelet Nestor (Coalition pour la Convention de la Reconstruction de la Reconciliation des Citoyens Haitiens)
47. Mathias Pierre (Konsyans Patriyotik)
48. Jean Poncy (Regeneration Economique et Sociale dans l'Unité et la Liberté Totale d'Action pour Tous)
49. Westner Polycarpe (Mouvman Revolisyone Ayisyen)
50. Jean Clarens Renois (Union Nationale pour l'Integrité et la Reconciliation)
51. Joe Marie Judie Roy (Regroupement Patriotique pour le Renouveau National)
52. Jacques Sampeur (Konbit Liberasyon Ekonomik)
53. Jean Chevalier Sanon (Parti Nationaliste Chretien d'Haiti)
54. Newton Louis St Juste (Fwon Revolisyone pou Entegrasyon Mas Yo)
55. Beauzile Edmone Supplice (Fusion of Haitian Social Democrats)
56. Jean Wiener Theagene (Parti pour la Renovation d'Haiti)

Eligible Criteria of a Haitian President
The President in Haiti is elected to a five-year term by popular vote. The President is not to be elected twice in a row; he may serve a second term only after an interval of five years, and must not run for a third term.
To be elected President, the aspiring candidate must:
1. be a native-born Haitian and never renounced that nationality;
2. have reached the age of 35 by election day;
3. enjoy civil and political rights and not have been sentenced to death, or penal servitude or the loss of civil rights for a crime of ordinary law;
4. be the owner of a real property and have one's habitual residence in the country;
5. reside in the country at least 5 years before election day; and
6. have been discharged of responsibilities if previously handling public funds.

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