CARICOM calls for urgent resolution of Haiti’s political crisis
GEORGETOWN, Guyana -- The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has called on all the stakeholders in Haiti’s electoral process to do their utmost to resolve the current political crisis.
The Community, in a statement on Tuesday, condemned the acts of violence that have marred the electoral process and contributed to the postponement of the second round of the presidential elections and the remaining members of the legislature.
Haiti’s Electoral Council postponed the elections, scheduled for Sunday 24 January, citing security concerns.
The Community said it looks forward to the continuation of the electoral process and to an improved management and conduct of the polling process.
Photo: Haiti’s Provisional Electoral Council in a recent meeting with President Michel Martelly at the National Palace