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13/06/2018 12:34:12

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Overwhelming report on the financial situation of Haiti
On Tuesday, the Superior Court of Accounts and Administrative Litigation (CSC / CA) presented its 4th annual report on the financial situation of the country covering the fiscal year 2016-2017. This report denotes the inefficiency of public spending and a considerable increase in the State's operating expenses to the detriment of those granted for investments, during this exercise, while the Government faces a serious problem of financing due in part of the gradual decrease in external aid.

Moïse recognizes the over-invoicing of contracts
Tuesday, the Head of State who participated in the symposium organized by the National Commission of Public Procurement http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-24662-haiti-politic-president-moise-standing-in-the-fight-against-the-scourge-of-corruption.html said "All contracts between the state and service providers over the past 10 years have been overcharged" Reacting to this statement Edmonde Beauzile Supplice at the head of the Social Democrats Fusion Party (FUSION) responded "And then after? Will you arrest the guilty? Will you ask that follow-up be given to the report of the Senate? To be able then to demand another report on the period presided by J Privert. We are waiting for you Mr. President, fèn wè wap pase de pawoli a aksyon."

Donation of 5 garbage collection trucks to Carrefour
As part of the cooperation between the cities of Lamentin (Martinique) and Carrefour, 5 trucks for the collection of waste were officially handed by the mayor of Lamentin, Pierre Samot, to ude Edouard Pierre. This operation was carried out in partnership with the Martinique company SEEN, which collaborates with the municipality of Lamentin in waste management. During the last two weeks a technician from this company had made the trip to Haiti to come to train technicians of the commune of Carrefour on the themes of environment and waste collection.

The Head of State saddened
following the fire that ravaged the "Mache Bwa" on the night of June 11 to 12 http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-24646-haiti-flash-violent-fire-at-mache-bwa.html President Moses said Tuesday late afternoon "It is with sadness that I learned the news of the fire of the Port Market. All arrangements will be made to support the merchants victims, while requiring that light be shed on this incident that is a disaster for our economy."

The CFHCI salutes the performance of Grenadières U-17
The Franco-Haitian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CFHCI) hails the good performance of the U-17 women's team, which finishes at the foot of the podium of qualifications for the Uruguay 2018 World Cup http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-24656-haiti-uruguay-2018-our-young-grenadieres-u-17-miss-the-qualification.html The House will continue to support girls through a balanced sports diet with mental and psychological support to strengthen their state of mind and self-esteem. Our women's national teams need reinforcement in these two areas that they lack at the ultimate encounters.

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