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By the Haiti Democracy Project. The Commission Indépendante d’Evaluation et de Vérification Electorale (CIEVE) has failed to make its case. It has not found one instance of fraud. It spends most of its time in the thick underbrush of issues far removed from the tabulation
Latin America Advisor of the Inter-American Dialogue
Prepared for “Haiti’s Elections,” an in-house seminar convened by the National Intelligence University on May 19, 2016. In addition to the Haiti Democracy Project, also presenting were Prof. Robert Fatton of the University of Virginia; Prof. Robert Maguire of George Washington University; and Amb. Kenneth Merten, State Department special coordinator for Haiti
By Guichard Doré, adviser to former president Michel Martelly
By Haiti Democracy Project. A chronology that shows when the United States has decided to draw the line in specific instances
The Haiti Democracy Project appears on Wendell Théodore’s show Le Point
We present 208 unexpurgated reports of accredited observers of the presidential election of October 25, 2015
Compilation of all 208 observers’ findings and manual counts
In which we place a big pile of random polling returns alongside the numbers posted on the central board, and let you do the verification.
At the Ritz Hotel in Petionville, reported by Métropole Television: “Il n’y a pas eu de fraudes dans les dernières élections, selon un rapport d’observateurs Haïtiens. Selon la 8e mission de NOAH / Haïti, les élections présidentielles du 25 Octobre 2015 ont été jugées généralement juste et libre de fraude”
By Michael Deibert, author of Notes from the Last Testament: The Struggle for Haiti (Seven Stories Press, 2005).
David McFadden, Associated Press. James Morrell, director of the Washington¬based research group Haiti Democracy Project, noted that charges of rampant fraud have arisen after many Haitian elections, notably in the 2000, 2006 and 2010 cycles. But his organization’s 180 election monitors saw relatively few irregularities in October and he believes Moise is the legitimate leading candidate.