The follower of Jean Charles Moise, known simply as Maxo of the Platform for the Children of Dessalines, who stood at the third place in the first round of the elections on October 25 in Haiti, died in clashes in Delmas.
Photos are spreading in Haitian social media pages. After the announced results gunshots were  heard and tires were burning in Delmas and around the metropolitan area of ​​Port au Prince in the center of the country.

Jean Charles Moise came in third with 14.27% of the vote, behind the ruling Jovenel Moise, the Haitian Tet Kale Party (PHTK), with a 32.81%, and Jude Celestin, Alternative League Haitian Progress and Emancipation (LAPEH), with a 25.27%, according to data released today by the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP). Several followers of parties that have failed to rank in the first round, have burned tires in the areas of Martissant and Carrefour of the capital, Moise Celestin and the second round will be played on December 27 to define who the next president of Haiti.

Behind Jean Charles Moise, Maryse Narcisse, Family Lavalas headed by former President Jean Bertrand Aristide (; 1994-1996 and 2001-2004 1991) stood. Narcisse, one of the six women candidates that were presented to the elections, won 7.05% of the vote.

the Provisional Electoral Council (CEP) of Haiti said Tuesday that the ruling Jovenel Moise, the Haitian Party Tet Kale (PHTK) had the most votes in the first round election with 32.81%, followed by Jude Celestin, Alternative League for Haitian Progress and Emancipation (Lapeh), with 25.27%.

Since no candidate received the majority required, a second round must be held to determine who will be the next president of Haiti. Anacis Jean Hector, leader of the political party to which Celestin, who held the presidency in a runoff on December 27 belongs, said his party would continue to fight for victory. Anacis congratulated voters for being "vigilant and have prevented the President Michel Martelly to  imposed his candidate".