Next Haitian parliamentary election

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Parliamentary elections were scheduled to be held in Haiti on October 27, 2019,[1] but were postponed indefinitely.

Electoral system[edit]

The 119 members of the Chamber of Deputies are elected in single-member constituencies for four-year terms using a modified two-round system; a candidate must receive either over 50% of the vote, or have a lead over the second-placed candidate equivalent to 25% of the valid votes in order to be elected in the first round; if no candidate meets this requirement, a second round is held, in which the candidate with the most votes wins.[2]

One third of the 30-member Senate is elected every two years. The members are elected from ten single-member constituencies based on the departments, also using the two-round system.[3]

Polls[edit]

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