Forecasts for Sunday's elections in Haiti are ready as set out in recent days, even in districts ravaged by Hurricane Matthew. The Haitian government had deployed great efforts to repair hundreds of voting centers that were severely damaged during the storm, as well as roads conducting to these voting places.
On Tuesday, the United Nations, in the country since 2004, started deploying security officers in ten departments of Haiti, who will serve as support for 9,400 officers of the Haitian National Police which will safeguard the electoral process in the country
Last Monday began the Integrated Security Plan, which states that the Haitian National Police is the entity responsible for providing security at the polls and officials of MINUSTAH will provide assistance if needed.
Haiti's elections were scheduled for October 9 but had to be postponed for the fourth time because of the humanitarian crisis in the aftermath of tropical phenomenon Matthew.