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Haiti - Reconstruction : Inauguration of the new Ministry of the Interior
05/02/2016 09:13:48

Haiti - Reconstruction : Inauguration of the new Ministry of the Interior
Thursday, President Michel Martelly, went to the Champ de Mars for the inauguration of the new building expected to house the Ministry of Interior and Territorial Communities (MICT), in the presence of among others of Lener Renauld, Minister of Defence and of Foreign Affairs, Ardouin Zephirin, Minister of Interior, of great servants of the State, government members, representatives of the diplomatic corps, personalities of the civil society and of the business sector.

This building located at the corner of Paul VI and Monseigneur Guilloux, on the site of the General Tax Directorate (DGI) destroyed during the earthquake of 2010, is part of the project of the City Administrative. The prime contractor was the MICT with as delagate prime contractor the Housing Construction Unit and Public Buildings (UCLBP). It is the firms "Constructora ROFI" (Dominican) and "Overseas Engineering & Construction Company" (Taiwanese), who were responsible for executing the work.

"This new achievement demonstrates once again the efforts of my administration to rebuild the country," said President Martelly, satisfied with having laid the foundations for the reconstruction of Downtown still called "administrative city" http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-11362-haiti-reconstruction-new-downtown-the-government-rejects-the-accusations-of-the-opposition.html



The 5-storey building that will houses the MICT staff, was funded by the Treasury and the PetroCaribe funds, includes offices, meeting rooms, infirmary, cafeteria and a parking area with a capacity of 120 vehicles and parking in the basement for about thirty vehicles. The building comprises three lifts and two emergency staircases "All measures have been taken to ensure that the construction of this building meets modern standards and standards," reassured Clément Bélizaire, Executive Director of UCLBP.

See also :
http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-16321-haiti-reconstruction-the-new-ministry-of-interior-almost-ready.html

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