Here is a picture of seven of the 8 candidates who are protesting, demanding for an an independent investigation. Samuel madistin, Jude Celestin, Sauveur Pierre etienne, Steven Benoit, Jean Charles Moise, Eric Jean Baptiste, Jean Henry Ceant and Mario Andreso.
Following a meeting with the eight presidential candidates (G8) on Monday, November 16, the nine-member Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) has rejected their requests to form an independent commission to verify the preliminary presidential election results, because as per their statement, the electoral decree does not grant them any authority to do so. Earlier, through a joint petition, eight presidential candidates requested the CEP to form an independent commission, which would inquire about the alleged frauds affecting the integrity of the October 25, 2015 election and place common people's confidence in the electoral process. However, Attorney Samuel Madistin, a presidential candidate and spokesperson for the group believes that the existing law in no way prevents the CEP to from a such commission.
Here is a picture of Me Samuel Madistin as he was running in 2015 under the banner of People's Patriotic Movement Dessalinien.
Madistin's Campaign Pledges
Presidential candidate Samuel Madistin, representing People's Patriotic Movement Dessalinien, has a platform encompassing three objectives: a secure Haiti in every respect; focus on domestic products and services; and reinvigoration of agricultural sector.
He wants to form an armed forces; improve energy infrastructure, and create 500,000 employment opportunities. Under his administration the Board of Communal Sections will govern all levels of educational institutions.
In the cultural sector he will build an Olympic Village, a scientific research center, and an Information Technology Village.
Samuel Madistin, said Judge Jean Serge Joseph was under pressure from National Palace
Lawyer, close to deceased judge Jean Serge Joseph, Samuel Madistin, said the late magistrate told him he was under pressure from the National Palace to close file corruption and embezzlement which is involved in the presidential family.
Lawyer Samuel Madistin has made some accusations recently. He has became the third lawyer to accuse the Martely government of nepotism. According to Samuel Madistin, T-Micky who is the son of President Michel Martelly is paid $50,000, cash money, per month by the National Palace for playing in various events in the country
Haitian attorney Samuel Madistin accused the presidential family of corruption. According to the renowned attorney, President Michel Martelly's son and artist T-Micky receives $50,000 in cash money, on a Monthly basis for public entertainment. He said in the meantime, more popular musical bands like Orchestre Tropicana D'Haiti, T-Vice or Djakout Number One don't get anywhere close to make this kind of money on a Monthly basis.
According to attorney Madistin, T-Micky has been the leading performer for communal events all over the country by members of the parliamentarians and is being paid $5,000 for each performance by the Presidential team