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June 10, 2016 - Moise Jean-Charles holds Evans Paul personally responsible for attacks and attempted arson on several gas stations in Port-au-Prince. Moise informed the press that he knows very well what Evans Paul is capable of, consideration his past as former militant "Konpè Plim".
On June 14, 2016, the Haitian Tet Kale Party (PHTK) of former President Martelly and its allies formed a "general mobilization" force with the aim of overthrowing Provisional President Jocelerme Privert from power. The alliance calls themselves Entente Democratic (ED), or Democratic Agreement. Some of the participants of this political coalition include: the KID, the PHTK, the National Consortium of political Parties Haitians, "Repon Peyizan" of "Platfom Viktwa", the National Bloc Right Centre, MONHA. They have invited the general population to take part against the authoritarian and autocratic excesses of the Provisional President Privert and asked the politicians, state institutions and all organized bodies to join a concerted effort for a consensual solution to fill the presidential vacancy.
Evans Paul has said that continuation of Privert as the Interim President without any title or quality is against the law of the country and a matter of criminal offence. The three branches of government, such as, Executive, Legislative and Judiciary, should meet immediately to bring back the country onto the rail of the constitution.
Here is the meeting conducted to finalize the terms for the creation of the Commission of Verification. Present at the meeting was President Jocelerme Privert, PM Enex Jean-Charles and others.
As per news reports dated 17 April, 2016, the terms of reference of the Independent Commission of Electoral Evaluation and Verification were submitted to the Interim President Jocelerme Privert for validation purpose. On the same day, these terms of references were discussed, approved and signed by the representatives of more than a dozen of political parties after several hours of discussions on the work of this Commission. Some of the important terms of reference which were approved include: (a) development of a methodology for a technical analysis of the data; (b) purify the voting process by analyzing the signing and counting sheets, partial electoral lists, ballots, minutes of counting, minutes of deficiency and incidence minutes; (c) evaluation of registered complaints; (d) compliance of voting and counting processes; and (e) identify the perpetrators, beneficiaries and victims of serious irregularities or frauds.
Here is a picture of Jean-Charles Moise, Haitian politician. Out of the total 54 presidential candidates, Moise Jean Charles, the former senator from North and the former mayor of Milot, does not have any chance to win, but he caught the attention of many for some other reasons. His constant call for social justice won the hearts of many Haitians. In the last presidential run, he ranked third by receiving 14.22% of the popular votes, after Jovenel Moïse (PHTK 32.81% votes) and Jude Celestin (LAPEH, 25.27% votes). Moise, an undermined character in Haitian politics, is the son of a peasant. He comes from a very modest background. In 2015, Moise founded the political party Platform Pitit Desalin. Every time he ran to contest whether as the mayor of Milot or as the Senator, he was told that he is not qualified to achieve his dream, but he made them true. No racism and classism was ever able to dominate this son of Dessalines.
The question outthere is whether or not two very influential Haiian politicians are in fact related. The individuals in question are Jean Charles Moise and Jovenel Moise. They are both candidates for the presidency of Haiti in the general election in 2015 and 2016.
The suspicion became even greater when in May, 2016 the General manager of OPL, Sauveur Pierre Etienne who was also a candidate during the election declared that the two Jean Charles Moise was in fact have family links and that they were cousins. However, it did not take long for Moise Jean Charles to put out a statement to bring some clarification. He stated that he was not related to Jovenel Moise
Here is a pictur of former Senator Moise Jean Charlesas he was wounded during a protest taking place on November 18, 2015.
Since the publication of preliminary results between November 5th and 12th, at least twenty protest demonstrations have been organized in 7 days. Some of the main claims associated with these 20 demonstrations were: Complaints of expulsion from the electoral race; Denunciation of handling of the minutes; Denunciation of ballot stuffing; and Release of Pitit Dessalines supporters, arrested and held in custody. Teams of researchers with supports of Brazil-based Igarape Institute have conducted two surveys, one immediately following the election on October 25th and another on November 5th, after the announcement of preliminary results. Eighty two percent of the exit poll voters were agreed on the Election Day that the election was fair, there was no fraud. However, when the same voters were asked after the result on November 5th, Ninety percent of them said they now disagree with the earlier statement.
Here is a picture of former candidate Mathias Pierre after throwing his support to Jean Charles Moise.
Recently, at a joint press conference at The Plaza Hotel, Mathias Pierre, presidential electoral candidate from Konsyans Patriyotik party has announced his withdrawal from the race and expressed his solidarity with Jean-Charles Moïse from Pitit Dessalines banner in the run for the Presidency. He has welcomed Senator Jean-Charles Moïse as the future president. As per his statement, Mathias, as a successful businessman has committed himself to social causes and he believes people like him should come forward to take a leading role and help his countrymen to come out of poverty. He fears an electoral coup d'état involving theft, corruption and disorder orchestrated by the outgoing President Martelly to make Jovenel Moïse from Tet Kale Party, a winner. He has asked his supporters to move to Moise Jean Charles' camp. Mathias Pierre, contributor of the 'Fondation ETRE Ayisyen' is a successful entrepreneur, President of GaMa Group and an author. He is a role model in Haitian society for his social commitment.
Here is a picture of one of the most successful Haitian-American, Dumarsais Simeus as he supports Moise Jean Charles for President.
Jean Charles Moïse is a former Senator who sees himself as the next Haitian President. He is confident of his victory in the upcoming presidential election from the Platform of the radical opposition "Petit Dessalin" and considers the election as a simple matter of formality. He has appointed Daly Valet, the star reporter of Radio Vision 2000 as his campaign manager. They two will make plans and take strategic decisions, jointly within the framework of the campaign. Moise is not alone; there are many experienced veteran observers of Haitian politics like Dumarsais Simeus who also believes him to be a winner in the presidential race. Dumarsais is one of the most successful and learned black businessmen in the U.S who once unsuccessfully enrolled himself in the presidential election in 2005. He believes Moise as the most potential candidate who has the ability to outrun other candidates in the race and lead the country for a better tomorrow.
Here is a picture of presidential candidate Jean-Charles Moïse in September, 2015 as he launches campaign in Saint Michel de l'Attalaye
Jean-Charles Moise Runs Against Martelly Machine
Ex-senator Jean-Charles Moise, a presidential candidate, inaugurated his campaign in Saint Michel de l'Attalaye. He represents the Pitit Dessalines party.
Although a popular candidate, he is pitted against the corrupt Provisional Electoral Council and the controlling influence of the Martelly government.
Born in North Department of Milot he has served three terms as its mayor. In the past he has campaigned under the banners of Lespwa and Inite, but his loyalty remains with Lavalassienne.
Here are the two presidential candidates who are leading the poll early in Haiti Presidential election, Jude Célestin and Moïse Jean-Charles
Jude Celestin and Moise Jean-Charles First and Second in Polling Results
The Office of Research in Computer Science and Economic and Social Development polled the voting public on their preferences for presidential, senatorial, and deputorial candidates.
The margins of error were 1% for presidential candidates; 3-4% for senate seats, and 10% plus for deputy seats.
The candidate, who came out on top with 15.1% of the vote, was Jude Celestin, and in second place, with 9.6% of the vote was Moise Jean-Charles.
The three-time Mayor of Milot was officially nominated by Platfom Pitit Desalin to become their candidate for President during the next election in Haiti. As the registration of candidacy for president will begin on May 20, 2015, Many of the candidates are already known. However, some who have been observing the the election process estimate that the number of candidates for President in Haiti will go over 100.
The platform Pitit Desalin officially has nominated former Senator Jean-Charles Moïse as its electoral candidate for the President of the Republic of Haiti who will be sworn-in on Sunday, February 7, 2016. The time limit for submitting registration of presidential candidates was set between May 11 and 20, 2015. The campaigning for presidential candidates will begin on June 8, 2015 for the scheduled election on October 25, 2015. So far, dozens of personalities have publicly declared their intention to replace President Michel Martelly at the National Palace on 7 February 2016. Senator Jean-Charles Moise, three-time Mayor of Milot, appears to be one of the frontrunner, but a divided opposition may threaten an ultimate run. Senator Jean-Charles Moïse is considered as the man behind this new political platform 'Pitit Desalin'.