Mwen konnen ke se rezon sa a ke RONI DESROCHES ta lan KOMISYON sa a.
Misye ak PRES ANMH-FADH lan se PWASON KRAZE LAN BOUYON.
Te gen anpil DOKIMAN ki t ap sikile se MISYE ak APAID ki te an CHAJ pase ANVLOP sa yo rele INYON EWOPEYEN an pou DESTABILIZE REJIM ARISTID lan.
E le w t ap pale de INYON EWOPEYEN an ;se te LA FRANS ki te devan BANN.
EZILI DANTO te pibliye DOKIMAN sa yo ,ke l te jwenn pa entemedye ZANMI ANGLE (ANGLETE) ke l te genyen.
Se MIRAK ke DESROCHES pa di ke ELEKSYON yo te byen pase.Misye se yon "PRINCE DES TENEBRES"
Wi ANPRENT DIJITAL RONI DEROCH patou lan RAPO sa a:
Haiti: Panel Says Election Irregularities Were Due to Incompetence, Not Fraud
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSJAN. 4, 2016
World Briefing: Haiti: Presidential Runoff Is DelayedDEC. 21, 2015
A commission that evaluated Haiti’s contested presidential election said on Monday that most of the irregularities it found in first-round voting were the result of widespread ineptitude by poll workers and not political mischief. Rosny Desroches, a commission member, said that only 8 percent of the tally sheets and other documents they examined from the Oct. 25 election were free of irregularities. Yet the commission said that was not a sign of vote-rigging, as the opposition asserts. “Many of the irregularities that we have seen are due to lack of preparation, negligence, lack of competence, lack of professionalism,” Mr. Desroches said after a news conference about the commission’s findings. According to Haiti’s Provisional Electoral Council, the government-backed candidate Jovenel Moïse received nearly 33 percent of the votes cast in a field of 54 people seeking the presidency. Official results say that Mr. Moïse, an agricultural entrepreneur and political newcomer handpicked by the departing president, Michel Martelly, had 117,602 more votes than the second-place finisher, Jude Célestin, a former state construction chief. Mr. Célestin has rejected the results as a “ridiculous farce.”