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Haiti's Elections: Illegitimately Recounting Fraud - by Stephen Lendman
Haiti's November 28 elections were irremediably fraudulent, farcical and outrageous. The entire process was rigged. New elections, including all excluded parties, are essential, but not planned. Instead, so-called independent OAS experts began recounting verification to legitimize fraud. According to Albert Ramdin, Assistant OAS Secretary General:
Recounting will be secretive behind closed doors. No public statement will be made until final results are announced, likely early in January. Team members will "look at all systems and then....agree on how (to) proceed" instead of trashing junk tally sheets and starting over.
Originally scheduled for January 16, second electoral round voting will be delayed until initial totals are recounted and verified, no matter how fraudulent, ludicrous, and worthless.
The New York Times Endorses Fraud
An earlier article discussed a November 30 New York Times editorial endorsing Haiti's coup d'etat sham, accessed through the following link:
Brazenly ignoring illegitimacy, it said "Re-running elections this large (for president and legislative members) would lead to months more confusion and government inaction. Unless compelling evidence of fraud is found, it is not necessary and clearly not in Haiti's interests."
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