Haiti Election 2013
Here is a picture of three great women in the Fanmi Lavalas. FroLeft to Right, you find Fanmi Lavalas Coordinator Maryse Narcisse, current candidate for Senate of West Lunise Morse, and former First Lady Mildred Aristide.
Lunise Morse, was officially invested as the senatorial candidate for the West Department of Fanmi Lavalas during a health fair at the Aristide Foundation for Democracy on Mother's Day.
After months of fighting and negotiation between the executive and the legislative branch of government to establish a CEP to conduct the next election in Haiti, we can finally say that with the help and direction of some important forces, we are now able to hold the next election in Haiti.
the College Transitional of Permanent Electoral Council (CTCEP) responsible for organizing the next elections.
The new College Transitional of Permanent Electoral Council
(CTCEP) responsible for organizing the next elections in
2013 is as follows:
Representatives of the Executive: Mrs. Margareth Lamur Saint-Louis, Chantal Raymond and Emmanuel Ménard
Legislative Representatives: Marie Clunie Dumay Miracle, Pierre Simon Georges and Néhémie Joseph
Representatives of the judiciary: Léopold Belanger, Marie Carole Duclervil Floréal, Applys Félix
The CTCEP should be composed of 4 women (44%) and 5 men.
The pressure has been mounting for the Government of Martelly-Lamothe to have the election by the end of 2013. Many sectors in the population are already protesting, stating that he needs to remove himself from the governmennt.
His biggest challenge will likely be the second Tuesday of January 2014. Many already predicted that at that time there will be a crisis in Haiti
Martelly is doing everything he can to avoid holding legislative elections by year's end. The Permanent Electoral Council (PEC) is necessary to prepare and hold elections, but Martelly has effectively aborted its functioning.
He has instituted a major remodeling project, shutting the offices down. He has also bribed PEC leader Ménard to not challenge him.
Prime Minister Lamothe is determined to hold 2013 elections and has the PEC introducing a bill to Parliament to declare elections be held by year's end
It is getting more evident that the election in Haiti will be held in 2013. This is after some important signs this week.
U.S. Senator Bill Nelson who is in a visit to Haiti this week stated that President Michel Martelly told him that legislative and local elections that are past due, would be held before the end of 2013. The real question is that who told whom what
in the same week, In a similar move, Patrick Nicoloso stated that election is possible in 2013.
Also, the President of the Haitian Senat, Simon Dieuseul Desras stated that he is certain that he will have on hand the electoral law
Here is a picture of Lunise Morse is the lead singer of the group RAM.
On May 25, 2013 she became the official candidate for the Senatorial race under the Fanmi lavalas Banner
This announcement brought an end to the rumors that have been circulating in all social network recently. Richard Morse, current husband of Lunise Moise recently accused the government of Michel Martelly for corruption.
Lunise Morse is a singer for the musical group RAM. Her candidacy for the Senate seat under the Lavalas Banner was made public on Mother's day at the Aristide Foundation for Democracy.
Her candidacy for the Senate seat under the Lavalas Banner was announced during a ceremony to celebrate Mother's Day at the Aristide Foundation for Democracy.