Haiti Govt set up new Commisson to analyse PetroCaribe documents, PM said

The Government has set up a group of national experts to analyze all the documents received in connection with the PetroCaribe, Prime Minister Jean Henry Ceant said in a Tweet Monday. "We will also use a foreign firm with accounting and auditing expertise to complement the independent commission," he said.

PHOTO: Haiti prime minister Jean Henry Ceant at the Chamber of Deputees
PHOTO: Haiti prime minister Jean Henry Ceant at the Chamber of Deputees

This tweet started of series of tough reactions on social media with less than an hour after it was posted.

One of those reactions came from actress Gessica Geneus who is one of the young Haitians leading the PetroCaribe challenge.

Gessica writes: "November 18 will be happen regardless," refering to another major scheduled protest, "because we know that our leaders do not walk without pressure. We wait for audits and then prisoners. Not in a "golden" prison. The national penitentiary there put the little thief for up to 20 years without a trial."

"It's up to you how you want to enter in this country's history," she said in her reply to Prime Minister Ceant's tweet

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