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MessageSujet: Nou vini RIZE PIBLIK ENTENASYONAL jan nou OGANIZE ELEKSYON    Mer 12 Aoû 2015 - 8:35

Gen MOUN ki ap di pa konpare AYITI ak LEND pa egzanp .
Men eske nou pa ka konpare AYITI ak peyi AFRIKEN yo ;peyi tankou RWANDA pa egzanp ak GHANA elt...

ELEKSYON lan RWANDA koute 8 MILYON DOLA e yo bay REZILTA yo lan 24 E.
Lan GHANA ki gen apepre 30 MILYON MOUN ,e ke ELEKSYON byen pase depi kek TAN ;li pa koute 20 MILYON DOLA.

Ann AYITI menm ;ki eksplikasyon PREMYE TOU an ki koute 38 MILYON DOLA epi se BAKLAJ ,FYASKO ,ENKOPENTANS FLAGRAN sa a nou konstate.
Yo di ke patisipasyon an pa t plis ke 20% MOUN ki an LAJ pou yo VOTE.

Lan PRES lan LANG ANGLE an se ATIK sou ATIK k ap di sa k pase DIMANCH lan pa gen jan pou w konprann li.
SE ENKONPREYANSIB ,paske MOUN pa ta ka ENKONPETAN lan pwen sa a:


   


  
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Here’s what went wrong with Haiti’s elections
Official complacency, seemingly illogical voter registrations, ballots imported from Dubai, a history of foreign intervention and voter apathy combined to taint Haiti's first elections in over four years
Here’s what went wrong with Haiti’s elections
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, August 10, 2015 (AMG) — The official results from yesterday’s first round of legislative elections won’t be announced for 10 days, but as polls closed last night, the numbers were coming in nevertheless: 54 voting centres (5% of the total) forced to close because of violence and intimidation; at least 5 people killed, and 137 arrested for election-day violence or disruption.
The long-awaited elections, the country’s first in over four years, had been greeted with enthusiasm and energy from the candidates and political parties: 128 different parties registered to participate in the election, and during the last two months, every available surface – from telephone poles to broken-down cars left on the roadside – was plastered with campaign posters.
But the response from the general public was a shrug: even before reports of violence at voting centres discouraged would-be voters from turning up, most analysts were predicting very low turnout.
The sheer scale of the election — all the positions that should have been contested during the last four years are now being contested in the same year — combined with the staggering number of political parties fielding candidates, meant that this election was always going to be a logistical challenge.
To these logistical impediments were added a number of political hurdles, some of which arose during the course of the campaign, but many of which have much deeper roots. All these combined to create a strange mix of apathy and instability that cast a pall over elections that were supposed to return Haiti to democratic normalcy.
Here’s what went wrong.
Official laxity and denial: Throughout the day, as reports of irregularities and attacks on polling stations multiplied, various officials, from the President on down, continued to insist that everything was under control. Indeed, the head of the Provisional Electoral Council (known by its French acronym CEP) triumphantly declared that the skeptics who questioned the CEP’s ability to organise a free and fair election had been proved wrong.
This naïveté, or else outright denial, in the face of apparent instability also characterised the Haitian authorities’ response to pre-election day violence. Even when several candidates were attacked in the weeks leading up to the election, the CEP and police insisted that the violence was unrelated to the campaign.

A ransacked polling centre in Cité Soleil. Image Credit @jakobjohnston

This attitude of denial appears to have influenced security planning for the election, as guards at voting centers were either unprepared to handle attacks by partisans or totally absent. Some eyewitnesses reported that police didn’t arrive at a voting center that was ransacked in Cité Soleil until one hour later, whilst another report indicated that three officers had been present when the tension started, but failed to intervene.
Party Observers: One measure meant to increase transparency of the voting process was allowing political parties to send representatives to the voting centres to observe both the actual vote and the counting afterward. In theory, having representatives of every side should reduce the potential for irregularities that favour one particular party. But in practice, allowing all 128 parties to send a representative to all 1,508 voting centres was logistically impossible.
One the eve of the election, as party observers waited up to 12 hours to get their credentials, the CEP decided at the eleventh hour to allow only five observers per voting centre, but without a clear formula for how those spots would be distributed amongst the parties. This led to mass confusion on election day, as observers from different parties at some of the larger voting centres fought, pushed and shoved one another out of the way, trying to make their way in. In at least a few of the voting centres, the vandalism of ballot boxes was perpetrated by disgruntled party observers who’d been denied access.
Late opening: Although all voting centres were officially scheduled to open at 6am, actual opening times varied widely across the country. A crowd-sourced map of election incidents showed reports that some voting centres didn’t open until 11am.
The official ballots for the election, which were imported by UNDP from Dubai, didn’t arrive in Port-au-Prince until just over a week before the election, and some polling places still hadn’t received their ballots by Sunday morning.
There also seemed to have been a bit of carelessness in the printing of the ballots.
“Indelible ink”: The CEP’s assurances that the ink used to mark who had already voted was ‘indelible’ proved not to be universally true shortly after the first voters left their polling places. While some voters were indeed left with ink stains on their fingers, many were able to easily wash it off with nothing but water, raising questions about whether some voters would be able to vote multiple times.

Ballot for Senatorial candidates. Look at #20 and #74. Image credit @jistispoujacky

Foreign intervention in previous election: Although not immediately apparent, the intervention of the ‘international community’ (specifically the US and Canada) during the country’s last election cycle in 2010-11 had a profound effect on this one.
After results from the first round of presidential voting in 2010 showed Michel Martelly in third place, his supporters took to the streets to protest the outcome, demanding that their candidate be included in the second-round run-off. The Organization of American States (OAS) obliged and intervened, declaring the first-round results null and void, and replacing Jude Célestin, who had come in second, with Martelly on the second-round ballot.
This blatant foreign intervention had at least two effects: It drastically reduced Haitian voters’ confidence in the efficacy of their votes, contributing to a general lack of trust in elections, and thus widespread apathy (if not antipathy) toward this particular election. Secondly, it legitimised the role of partisan instigators in determining election results.
Having managed to cancel out 5% of the votes before they were even tabulated, rowdy partisans have already made their mark on this election, and, following the example of 2010, may strike again when official results are announced next week.
Illogical voting registration: Another recurring problem on Sunday was voters showing up to polling places and being turned away when their names were not found on the lists. This can be attributed, at least in part, to the haphazard and illogical way in which registered voters were assigned a polling place. For example, Daniel, a resident of Delmas — a neighbourhood in Port-au-Prince that lies east of the city centre — was assigned to a voting centre in Carrefour, a city west of Port-au-Prince. Yves, who was registered to vote in the southern city of Jacmel, was assigned to a voting centre in the rural hinterland.
Many of those who knew before election day that they had been registered in faraway voting centres chose to stay home. But others, assuming they could vote at the centre nearest their home, showed up only to be disappointed.
Accessibility: For the minority of Haitians who still trusted the integrity of the elections and wanted to vote, an additional obstacle was put in place: the government announced that no public transport would be allowed on election day. Although this ban wasn’t strictly enforced — I saw several ‘tap-taps’ (pickup trucks converted into buses) on the roads of Port-au-Prince yesterday — it certainly acted as a deterrent, thus discouraging those would-be voters who had been assigned to vote at polling places far from their home.
Some of these problems can be addressed before Haiti’s presidential elections on October 25; many cannot. After what they saw yesterday, Haitian voters will require a lot of convincing.
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MessageSujet: Re: Nou vini RIZE PIBLIK ENTENASYONAL jan nou OGANIZE ELEKSYON    Mer 12 Aoû 2015 - 18:06

Pou nou kontinye pale de lan pwen nou ye e kounye an pou nou sispann konpare nou ak anoil peyi ann AFRIK yo.

Sa a se WIKIPEDIA sou ELEKSYON lan GHANA an 2012 lan.Se VOT ELEKTRONIK yo ize..
Te gen PWOBLEM ak BWAT ELEKTRONIK yo lan KEK ZON;otomatikman yo pwolonje VOT kote te gen pwoblem yo .
Vot lan te fet VANDREDI ,kote te gen PWOBLEM yo ,yo fe FE MOUN ki pa t ka vote yo ,vote lan DEMEN SAMDI an:

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Ghana's general election was held on Friday 7 December 2012 to elect a president and members of parliament in 275 electoral constituencies.[1] Owing to the breakdown of some biometric verification machines, some voters could not vote, and voting was extended to Saturday 8 December 2012.[2] A run-off was scheduled for 28 December 2012 if no presidential candidate received an absolute majority of 50% plus one vote. 
   
Ghanaian general election, 2012



2008 ←
7 and 8 December 2012→ 2016
[th]Nominee[/th][th]Party[/th][th]Popular vote[/th][th]Percentage[/th]


 
John Dramani MahamaNana Akufo-Addo
NDCNew Patriotic
5,574,7615,248,898
50.70%47.74%


2012 General election results map by region.
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President before election
John Dramani Mahama
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John Dramani Mahama
NDC
[th]Ghana[/th]
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Executive[show]

Legislative[show]







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Ghana's general election was held on Friday 7 December 2012 to elect a president and members of parliament in 275 electoral constituencies.[1] Owing to the breakdown of some biometric verification machines, some voters could not vote, and voting was extended to Saturday 8 December 2012.[2] A run-off was scheduled for 28 December 2012 if no presidential candidate received an absolute majority of 50% plus one vote. 
Ghanaian general election, 2012
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Ghanaian general election, 2012



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John Dramani MahamaNana Akufo-Addo
NDCNew Patriotic
5,574,7615,248,898
50.70%47.74%


2012 General election results map by region.
  NDC

  NPP


President before election
John Dramani Mahama
NDC
President-elect
John Dramani Mahama
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[th]Ghana[/th]
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Executive[show]

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Ghana's general election was held on Friday 7 December 2012 to elect a president and members of parliament in 275 electoral constituencies.[1] Owing to the breakdown of some biometric verification machines, some voters could not vote, and voting was extended to Saturday 8 December 2012.[2] A run-off was scheduled for 28 December 2012 if no presidential candidate received an absolute majority of 50% plus one vote.
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MessageSujet: Re: Nou vini RIZE PIBLIK ENTENASYONAL jan nou OGANIZE ELEKSYON    Mer 12 Aoû 2015 - 18:13

Quant a ETAZINI menm .Yo bay konbyen ELEKSYON koute tout GOUVENMAN yo ;se 10$ pa VOT.

Sa vle di si gen yon MILYON VOT se ;se 10 MILYON DOLA sa koute tout GOUVENMAN yo ,an total.
Lan 10 DOLA sa a .Se 3 DOLA Selman pou administrasyon.

How much do localities spend on elections? ASK THIS | February 16, 2006 Estimated costs: $10 per voter (in year 2000); of every dollar 35 cents is for voter registration, 35 cents for equipment and Election Day expenses, and 30 cents for administration. - See more at: [url=http://www.niemanwatchdog.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=ask_this.view&askthisid=175#sthash.xC3l3Cg0.dpufhttp://www.niemanwatchdog.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=ask_this.view&askthisid=175#sthash.xC3l3Cg0.dpuf[/b[/url]]
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MessageSujet: Re: Nou vini RIZE PIBLIK ENTENASYONAL jan nou OGANIZE ELEKSYON    Mer 12 Aoû 2015 - 18:22

Non, JOEL, Haïti est la risée du monde depuis l'accession à la tête du pays de ce monstre hideux.

Je pense aussi que le moment est mal choisi pour déformer ma pensée. Je n'ai jamais basé mon observation sur le coût des élections; j'ai simplement signalé que ces pays asiatiques que vous citez souvent ont développé leur propre savoir-faire pendant des siècles et qu'ils ont la plupart du temps fonctionné sur des structures bien organisées quoique, parfois, discriminatoires.

Donnez-moi une bonne raison d'être fier avec ce qui se passe aujourd'hui en Haïti. Ce pays est la risée des pays blancs parce qu'ils peuvent compter sur des nègres sales pour violer leur mère patrie. Pour ce qui est des petits pays tels que la RD et dans l'esprit de certains Antillais haïtianophobes, Haïti c'est le genre de truc dont on se débarasse en essuyant avec dégoût ses chaussures.

J'ai essayé de suivre le courant optimiste des individus de bonne foi mais je n'ai pas cessé de pressentir ces réultats. Oui, donnez-vous un exemple où vous n'avez pas été déçu depuis le début de ce mandat présidentiel ou bien où le peuple haïtien a pu se permettre d'espérer.

Ce n'est pas seulement la communauté internationale qui observe cette médiocrité, moi je suis outré par cette situation qui perdure dans le pays. Le problème reste la tolérance de ces êtres immondes, démoniaques à la tête du pays. Les élections frauduleuses s'inscrivent dans le mandat merdique que les suppôts de Satan ont confié à cet individu abject, soit de maintenir le pays dans un état de crise permanent pendant qu'ils posent les entraves au déroulement des élections tardives et au décollage du pays.

Ils sont tellement lâches ceux qui viennent raconter que tout s'est bien passé dans leurs circonscriptions. S'ils étaient aussi certains de leur capacité à maintenir leur victoire et s'ils n'étaient pas en fait impatients pour aller empêcher les zoreille bourrique, ils se rallieraient tous pour exiger l'annulation des élections, la démission du Conseil électoral et l'expulsion de Martelly. Il faut débarrasser la terre d'Haïti de cette dernière vermine.
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MessageSujet: Re: Nou vini RIZE PIBLIK ENTENASYONAL jan nou OGANIZE ELEKSYON    Mer 12 Aoû 2015 - 18:46

Peut-être que si le coût des élections était raisonnable, elles attireraient moins de patripoches. Avec ces comparaisons, j'espère que vous concluez que le vrai problème n'est pas le coût des élections. On vous a forcé les mains pour que cela se passe ainsi. Cet argent mal acquis est mis à la disposition des organisateurs pour corrompre votre population et leurs faux représentants.

Il ne s'agit pas d'élections en Haïti mais d'une campagne de recrutement pour les futurs restavèk. D'où la violence qui accompagne cet exercice. Haïti est une carcasse d'animal qu'on jette dans une fosse aux lions. Même libres dans la nature, il n'y a pas de prédateurs plus paresseux que les lions mâles...
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MessageSujet: Re: Nou vini RIZE PIBLIK ENTENASYONAL jan nou OGANIZE ELEKSYON    Mer 12 Aoû 2015 - 20:47

Quand j'entends un Youri Latortue dire que tous les candidats de son parti sont élus au premier tour incluant lui-même au sénat . J'ai vraiment envie de lui dire ...
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MessageSujet: Re: Nou vini RIZE PIBLIK ENTENASYONAL jan nou OGANIZE ELEKSYON    Mer 12 Aoû 2015 - 22:56

Vous avez peut-être écouté un candidat qui se présentait avec grande détermination comme un agent du changement. L'animateur bien connu lui a lancé à la blague qu'il en a vus d'autres comme lui mais qui ont plutôt déçu.

Ces résultats irréguliers sont les signes avant-coureurs d'un danger qui s'accroît. Attendez que les bandi legal auront fini de délimiter leurs territoires. A défaut de convaincre le peuple, ils sont en train d'assiéger les populations locales livrées à elles-mêmes.

On se plaint de la multitude de candidats mais on omet la manigance du redécoupage de la carte électorale qui ne fait qu'éparpiller le vote au profit des chefs de gangs qui distribuent des armes aux jeunes gens.

J'aurais espéré que les Haïtiens vivant à l'étranger changent de conception et se rallient en bloc pour dénoncer toutes ces injustices mais je me suis rendu à l'évidence que nombre d'entre eux comme ces mauvais politiciens continuent à penser le peuple haïtien comme une faune animale à gérer.

La politique est supposée transformer la société pour assurer la sécurité et améliorer les conditions de vie des citoyens. Hélas! en Haiti, tout tourne à l'envers. Le pays est à bout, les gens n'ont plus d'énergie pour la révolte, ils sont dépourvus de moyens pour combattre les maux qui s'abattent sur eux. D'ailleurs, il suffit d'un claquement de doigt pour les exterminer en masse. Après s'être débarassés de la maudite dictature, ils sont revenus à l'époque esclavagiste. Sauf que cette fois-ci, il ne reste que des pleutres parmi eux.
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MessageSujet: Re: Nou vini RIZE PIBLIK ENTENASYONAL jan nou OGANIZE ELEKSYON    Jeu 13 Aoû 2015 - 2:18


Se komsi mwen te koupe de tou sa k tap pase pandan 3 dènye jou yo.
Mwen sot pase 12è tan chita sou yon avyon soti Hong Kong rive Vankouvè.
Mwen pat kapab swiv nouvèl, malgre mwen te konnen ke sak rive lan Ayititoma
lan Seleksyon ki ta pral pase an te deja ekri tankou yon senaryo.

Mwen kwè dènye mesaj ke m te ekri te montre degoutans ke m santi ak nèg santi di ki lan peyi an. Nèg ki gen dan griyen ak kontantman, lè yo finn siye dèyè blan ak dyòl yo epi wap gade mak
ekskreman lan tout figi yo.
Moro, nèg Lagrandans, m wè ou gen menm degoutans lan.

Zafè blan ki ap vinn mete bouch di owi eleksyon an bon malgre derapaj te deja planifye.
Se sa yo tap tann menm. Nou pa bezwen moun sayo mete pye lan peyi a ankò.
Kisa OEA te janm fè pou Ayiti?
Nou pa sonje nèg tankou Enaudi oubyen lòt Milèt ki te alatèt Minista a?
Kilè na va aprann yon leson ki pou montre nou jwe foutbòl ak bounda zanmi Ayiti yo?

Men, jouva jouvyen kakaje pa linèt, kakapoul pa ze.
Pèp saa, ki lan dòmi an, pral levekanpe pou l mande dekiprevyen e tout moun pral jwenn
sa yo merite. Lè li monte chwal li gen moun kap kriye.

Lè saa, moun a vin di li se sovaj.
Ebyen lanpwen Minista ki pral kapab kontwole l.
Mwen te deja swete nou gade pi fon lan manigans ka p prepare e kite ti bagay sipéfisyèl pase.
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MessageSujet: Re: Nou vini RIZE PIBLIK ENTENASYONAL jan nou OGANIZE ELEKSYON    Jeu 13 Aoû 2015 - 7:52

Peyi an pa p ka pran yon lot REJIM mesyedam sa yo anko.

Pa p gen ESPWA.
Kanta kote NEG ap kraze BIRO VOT pou MOUN pa vote .

Se ELEMANTE.Le NEG al kraze BIRO VOT e ou pa refe ou fe ELEKSYON an IMEDYATMAN kote sa fet ;se ankouraje ou ankouraje NEG al kraze BIRO VOT anko.

Se ou swa ou poze la PAT sou MOUN ki fe sa yo se ou swa ou fe MOUN ki fe ZAK sa yo vin yon bagay KONT-PWODIKTIF pou yo ,paske ap gen plis proteksyon pou MOUN ki ap vote KONT yo e plisVOT kont yo.

Se bagay anpil peyi reyalize e sa kontribye pou diminye ENSIDAN sa yo.

Se sa k fe mwen di NEG tankou OPONT ak konpayel li yo tonbe lan KATEGORI sa yo MALVEYAN,KORONPI,ENKONPETAN.

Se tankou yon MOUN di ,se preske ENPOSIB pou  MOUN ki gen 38 MILYON DOLA lan MEN yo ,lan yon ti peyi tankou AYITI ,remet sa
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MessageSujet: Re: Nou vini RIZE PIBLIK ENTENASYONAL jan nou OGANIZE ELEKSYON    Jeu 13 Aoû 2015 - 9:36

J'espère que l'opposition n'acceptera pas de deal électoral comme ce fut le cas en 2011 . La mascarade du 9 aout ne devra en aucun cas être acceptée. C'est inacceptable.
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MessageSujet: Re: Nou vini RIZE PIBLIK ENTENASYONAL jan nou OGANIZE ELEKSYON    Jeu 13 Aoû 2015 - 10:56

Lan OPINYON m e se paske mwen gen lontan m ap swiv mesyedam sa yo.

Tout bagay ou we mesyedam OEA ou bye INYON EWOPEYEN ap fe se pou BLOKE FANMI LAVALAS.

Yo ka aksepte yon prezidans FANMI LAVALAS ak MARIZ NASIS men se pou  men FL ta mare ak yon LEJISLATI ki OSTIL a li.

Se sel FL ki kapab kwape MOUN sa yo de TERITWA a .Mwen konvenki de sa.

FL kapab mobilize popilasyon an ,pou sa .Se sa ki ap regle la a.
Zafe ke IZOLE peyi an ;INYON EWOPEYEN ,BANK MONDYAL elt pa gen FOS ke l te genyen avan ,paske gen lot OPSYON.

FL gen POSIBILITE ,kapab fe peyi an vin yon PEYI NOMAL.
Se sa ki ap regle la a ak ELEKSYON BAKLE sa yo!
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