The UN Security Council on Friday expressed its deep disappointment following the failure by Haiti's electoral calendar, calling the country to quickly return "to constitutional order."
In a press release issued Friday, the Council also discussed the growing challenges facing Haiti, and added that they '' can be best solved with close coordination between a democratically elected government, civil society Haitian and international partners of Haiti. "
Reiterating its strong condemnation of any attempt to destabilize or manipulate the electoral process, the Council "urged all candidates, their supporters, political parties and other actors to renounce violence or any act that may further disrupt the process electoral and political stability. "
The Council further called on the parties concerned to resolve electoral disputes with constructive engagement and appropriate legal mechanisms, and the Haitian government called to answer for their actions those responsible for violence.
Haiti has not met the required deadline of its presidential election, which was scheduled for April 24, which means that the acting president Jocelerme Privert will not be able to hand over power to a successor elected May 14