Jean-Charles Moïse (born 20 April 1967) is a Haitian politician. Moïse opposed President of Haiti Michel Martelly during his five-year mandate. He ran as a candidate in the Haitian presidential election, 2015 for Platfòm Pitit Desalin (a political party that Moïse founded).
|Senator for Nord|
|Born||20 April 1967|
|Political party||Platfòm Pitit Desalin|
Moïse completed his studies at the National School of Milot and the Lycée Philippe Guerrier in Cap-Haïtien. He studied accounting science at Adventist University Diquin. He was the mayor of Milot (year unknown) and senator later during his life. He accused Martelly of holding a United States passport but it was denied by Martelly and the American Embassy in Port-au-Prince. He resigned as Senator in order to run for the presidency. He received 14.22% of the popular votes, ranking 3rd, after Jovenel Moïse (PHTK) and Jude Celestin (LAPEH).
Jean-Charles Moïse does not claim a familial relationship with Jovenel Moïse.
Incomplete.Haitian presidential election, 2015
|Candidate||Party||First round||Second round|
|Jovenel Moïse||Haitian Tèt Kale Party||508,761||32.81|
|Jude Célestin||Ligue Alternative pour le Progrès et l'Emancipation Haitienne||392,782||25.27|
|Jean-Charles Moïse||Platfòm Pitit Desalin||222,109||14.27|
|Maryse Narcisse||Fanmi Lavalas||108,844||7.05|
|Eric Jean Baptiste||Mouvement Action Socialiste||56,427||3.63|
|Source: CEP Haiti|