Which will bring the debt to about 170 million the total funds of Petro Caribe used by the Moise-Lafontant administration added to the $ 3.4 billion squandered by men still in power and who prowled around the power of René Préval / Jean -Max Bellerive to Jocelerme Privert / Enex Jean Charles via Michel Martelly / Laurent Lamothe-Evans Paul …
Which judge will one day come to put under seal the haunted and desert space of AgriTrans for high debt to the Haitian State?
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Which will bring the debt to around 170 million the total of Petro Caribe funds used by the Moise-Lafontant administration added s to the $ 3.4 billion squandered by men still in power and who prowled around the power from René Préval / Jean-Max Bellerive to Jocelerme Privert / E nex Jean Charles via Michel Martelly / Laurent Lamothe-Evans Paul
Caracas, Thursday July 12, 2018 ((rezonodwes.com)) – Jovenel Moise's caravan will find some oxygen to be able to stay alive thanks to the reactivation of a Haitian-Venezuelan committee to finance projects in Haiti.
Unable to recover the debt of Petro Caribe sleeping in the vaults of the BRH, because of the American sanctions, the Venezuelan government authorized the government Haitian to use more than 80 million dollars.
According to the newspaper Le Nouvelliste, which quotes a source close to the negotiations, these funds will allow the power in place to revive popular canteens and to strengthen the programs Ti Manman Cheri, Kore etidyan etc…
“In addition, part of the 80 million dollars will go for the Caravan. Agricultural tools and tractors will be purchased. Finally, part of the funds will be used to finance dam and water retention lake projects such as the one launched on the Marion River, ”said the source of Le Nouvelliste specifying that once again it is cooperation Haiti Venezuela Cuba, which will be the spearhead of this new phase of PetroCaribe.
Recall that in November 2017, the two presidents, Jovenel Moise and Nicolas Maduro, had signed in Caracas, Venezuela, an agreement to allow Haiti to spend $ 82 million over one year in key sectors such as agricultural infrastructure, energy and road infrastructure. President Moise had, upon his return from his trip, revealed to the press that he had initialed a second agreement to allow the Haitian state to repay the debts of the PetroCaribe program with local products such as flour, pasta, beans, rice and coffee . But, since then, the public has never heard of the application of these two agreements.