The United Nations Organization (UN) and the Organization of American States (OAS) became true "electoral certification apparatuses" of Haitian democracy, in dictators of Iceland Phone Number List winners and losers of the leaders of a country that was intended to sovereign. Thus, the 1996 elections received the seal of validity of the «international community» but those of the year 2000 (in which Aristide won with a widevery high percentage, but with little Iceland Phone Number List electoral turnout) were considered invalid by these same institutions. Finally, and after Aristide left power for the second time, the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (Minustah) was installed. Strictly speaking, it was a military mission of 10,000 soldiers and a few thousand police in a country shaken by social unrest and politicized crime, but by no means a country at war. The deployment of Minustah marked a milestone in the international tutelage over Haiti.
The January 2010 earthquake reinforced this control and increased US involvement through Bill and Iceland Phone Number List Hillary Clinton, who formed the International Commission for the Reconstruction of Haiti.i. Since 2004 there has been no election without overt outside intervention. While in 2006 the election of Iceland Phone Number List René Préval was quickly " confirmed ", in 2010 the first round of elections was " rectified " by the OAS, favoring Michel Martelly, the United States candidate, who Iceland Phone Number List is finally proclaimed president in a very doubtful second round. The election and presidency of Jovenel Moïse are the most recent chapter in this process.
Among other results, the participation of the electorate went from more than 70% in 1990 to less than 15% in 2016-2017. An out of control situation The process of foreign intervention through Iceland Phone Number List international organizations, the discrediting of a rule of law that was never definitively established after the Duvalierist dictatorship, and a series of political factors specific to the country have led Haiti to a profound process of political polarization. At present, this is expressed in a series of immediate questions. The first of these is the date and conditions of Moïse's departure from power.