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Haiti - Environment : A businessman blocks the landfill of Limonade
04/05/2019 10:38:08

Haiti - Environment : A businessman blocks the landfill of Limonade
Ésaie Lefranc, Deputy Mayor of Cap-Haïtien criticizes the behavior of the businessman Lesly Nazon, who claims the land located in Mouchinette, in the commune of Limonade where the construction of the landfill, started to serve the populations of Limonade, Quartier-Morin and Cap-Haitien.

A claim followed by a decision that is the basis of the blocking of work.

Ésaie Lefranc regrets that despite the energy and money spent by the town halls of the communes concerned in concert with international partners to carry out this project, nothing else moves because of the ownership claim of this businessman. For the Deputy Mayor the approach of the businessman is part of a "plot conspired with State authorities, especially at the north department to confiscate the land."

He recalled that following a popular protest organized by some inhabitants of Limonade, the 19 families who occupied the land at that time had submitted invoices confirming that they had paid taxes to the DGI as owners, stating that these people had already started to receive some of the money provided for compensation he wonders where was Lesly Nazon during this first stage of the process...

The Deputy Mayor is counting on the popular movements of citizens aware of the importance of a dump site in the corridor Cap-Haitien, Quartier-Morin and Limonade, to force the entrepreneur to listen to reason and withdraw his decision.

In the meantime, despite the resentment of the residents of the Madeline area, in the communal section of Petite-Anse, it is in the mangroves located near the habitats that the waste is thrown away. A practice that should no longer be appropriate, recall the Deputy Mayor.

To be continued...

HL/ HaitiLibre

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