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Haiti - Politic : Working meeting between the PM and the Superior Court of Accounts
12/09/2020 10:51:59

Haiti - Politic : Working meeting between the PM and the Superior Court of Accounts
Friday September 11, as part of the Government's desire to strengthen synergy, coherence and harmonization between sovereign institutions, Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe accompanied by Ministers Nader Joaséus (Public Works) and Mrs. Marie Greta Roy Clément (Health) held a working session with President Rogavil Boisguéné of the Superior Court of Accounts and Administrative Litigation (CSC/CA) who was accompanied by the advisers of the Court.

The discussions focused mainly on draft contracts within the framework of public contracts between the Haitian State and local and foreign firms, consisting of the development of electricity, the construction of road infrastructure and the manufacture of masks to respond to the health emergency of the Covid-19 epidemic

Prime Minister Jouthe and President Boisguéné agreed to review the mechanisms for reviewing draft contracts and to complete the missing documents as required by the CSC/CA according to the Constitution and related laws.

Were also discussed questions relating to the financial and material resources to be granted to the Court, which will soon move into its new Palace located in the Administrative City. The Head of Government is committed to instructing the authorities concerned to allocate, within the framework of the 2020-2021 budget, the necessary funds intended for the maintenance and the supply of electrical energy for the future building of the CSC/CA.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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