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Haiti - Justice : The new building of the CSC/CA built by a Chinese firm, is completed
Recall that this $27 million contract, financed by the funds of the cancellation of the debt of Haiti by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was signed in May 2015 by Wilson Laleau, the Minister of the Economy and Finance of the time and Zhengdong Dong, the Authorized Representative in Haiti of the Chinese firm "Hongyan Construction Company Limited" which had won the tender https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-14034-haiti-reconstruction-awarding-of-a-contract-of-1-3-billion-gourdes.html
Note that this Chinese firm is the same who just won the tender for the construction of the complex of the new Parliament to the tune of 89 million dollars https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-28273-haiti-politic-the-chinese-will-build-the-new-parliament-at-a-cost-of-$89m.html
The 6-storey building including the basement and the ground floor of the CSC/CA, located at the corner of the streets of Champ-de-Mars and Reunion does not go unnoticed with its huge Doric columns erected in front of its main facade imposes by its rigid and austere aspect.
With nearly 15,000 m2 of usable floor space, this state-of-the-art modern building will provide CSC/CA executives with a user-friendly space at the height of this prestigious state institution.
This building is made up of office spaces, courtrooms and deliberation rooms, auditoriums, conference rooms, ramps for people with reduced mobility, toilet blocks, elevators, different technical rooms at each level and parking areas.
It is another step in the implementation of the construction project of the administrative city of Port-au-Prince. With 4 fully completed buildings including the CSC/CA, 3 in the finishing phase, 1 in the implementation phase (the Legislative Building), 5 whose studies have been completed and the National Palace in the study phase, the State is setting the tone and gradually starting the process of rebuilding downtown Port-au-Prince.
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