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OVERVIEW OF ELECTORAL SYSTEM
Learn more The President is elected by popular vote to serve a 5-year term. In the Senate, 30 members are elected by majority vote in single-member constituencies to serve 6-year terms. One-third of the Senate is elected every two years. In the Chamber of Deputies, 99 members are elected by popular vote to serve 4-year terms. 
Head of State President directly elected in general elections (absolute majority with 2nd round if necessary)
Head of Government Prime Minister appointed by President
Structure of Parliament Bicameral Parliament consisting of the Senate with 30 members and the Chamber of Deputies with 99 members.
Electoral Law 2 February 2005; Last modification: November 2005
Constituencies 99 single-member constituencies.
Voting System The President is elected by popular vote to serve a 5-year term. In the Senate, 30 members are elected by majority vote in single-member constituencies to serve 6-year terms. One-third of the Senate is elected every two years. In the Chamber of Deputies, 99 members are elected by popular vote to serve 4-year terms. 
Term of Office President (5 years), Senate (6 years), Chamber of deputies (4 years)
Voter Requirements - Age: 18 at the time of registration
- Haitian citizenship
- Full political and civil rights
- Residence in the country
- Disqualifications: imprisonment, insanity/mental illness, conviction for a criminal offence, persons under guardianship/wards, holders of temporary entry permits, undocumented immigrants
Candidate Eligibility and Requirements - Qualified electors
- Age: 25 at the time of registration
- Haitian citizenship by birth
- Full possession of civil and political rights
- Residence in the constituency concerned for at least two consecutive years
- Ownership of real property or employment/trade in the constituency
- Ineligibilities: imprisonment, insanity/mental illness, conviction of a criminal offence, persons under guardianship/wards, holders of temporary entry permits, undocumented immigrants, executives and members of the Electoral Commission
Electoral Authority - Monetary deposit of 5,000 gourdes
- One half of the deposit is reimbursed for political parties winning at least 2 per cent of the valid votes nationwide
Last Elections 25 October 2015
Next Elections October 2019
PAST ELECTIONS
Year Specific Date Election Type View Results Source
2000 21 May 2000 Legislative (First Round) View results IFES Election Guide
9 July 2000 Legislative (Second Round) View results IFES Election Guide
26 November 2000 Presidential View results IFES Election Guide
2006 7 February 2006 Presidential View results IFES Election Guide
7 February 2006 Legislative (First Round) View results IFES Election Guide
21 April 2006 Legislative (Second Round) View results IFES Election Guide
2009 19 April 2009 Legislative (First Round) View results IFES Election Guide
21 June 2009 Legislative (Second Round) View results IFES Election Guide
2010 28 November 2010 Presidential (First Round) View results IFES Election Guide
28 November 2010 Presidential View results IFES Election Guide
2015 25 October 2015 Chamber of Deputies View results IFES Election Guide
25 October 2015 Chamber of Deputies View results IFES Election Guide
25 October 2015 Senate View results IFES Election Guide
2019 27 October 2019 Chamber of Deputies View results IFES Election Guide
27 October 2019 Senate View results IFES Election Guide
ELECTION REPORTS
Year Report Download
1991 Carter Center Report - 1991 Elections Download
2000 Note from the Secretary General Transmitting the Final Report of the OAS Election Observation Mission for the Legislative, Municipal, and Local Elections in Haiti (February to July 2000) Download
2010 Report of the Joint Electoral Observation Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Caribbean Community of the Presidential and Legislative Elections First and Second Rounds, Repubic of Haiti, November 28, 2010 amd March 20, 2010 (EN) Download
Report of the Joint Electoral Observation Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Caribbean Community of the Presidential and Legislative Elections First and Second Rounds, Repubic of Haiti, November 28, 2010 amd March 20, 2010 (FR) Download
2015 Preliminary Statement issed by the CARICOM Electoral Observer Mission to the Presidential Elections in Haiti, 25 October 2015 Download
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