Journalist Gary Pierre Paul Charles Challenges President Jovenel Moise to Target Contraband in Haiti

Contraband along the Haiti-Dominican Border is costing the country $400 million US per year, says journalist Gary Pierre Paul Charles (GPPC) of radio SCOOP FM. He challenges president Jovenel Moise to do something about it.

Jovenel Moise, Gary Pierre Paul Charles
Jovenel Moise, Gary Pierre Paul Charles

On his weekday radio show Haiti Debat Tuesday, GPPC claims the Haitian government needs money to operate yet the lack of control on the Haiti borders is costing the Haitian government an ammount that represents 22 to 30 percent of the national budget.

The Dominican Republic send $1.6 billion in merchandise to Haiti, GPPC said. Haiti in return, only exports $50 million dollars worth of merchandise into the Dominican Republic.

"I want to know if President Jovenel Moise has what it takes to take up the issue of contraband in Haiti," Gary Pierre Paul Charles said.

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Abel Clervil says...

Tout journaliste à l'aune de l'Histoire de Hayti sait que cette problématique et bien d'autres ne sont pas tributaires ni de la Présidence ni du Gouvernement voire du Parlement, dixit''tribunal des sections

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Colin says...

You simply want to trap the President.

Your job as a journalist is not to challenge an acting president.

Find out what is your job before sitting behind the microphone.

Where were you when papa Doc was in power?.

Please, preach peace and solidarity for a better Haiti

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Irnel Sou Facebook says...

Only in Haiti persons without any formation in given complex fields can date to SELF-PROCLAIM themselves as experts and challenge others at any

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Pony Sou Facebook says...

Combien Gary Pierre Paul Charles te payer taxe pou machine li yan. Se la wi pou li

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Paul Sou Facebook says...

Aaaaaa malgre Gary Pierre Paul Charles pale an jagon pep la gentan sou men l. Ancien depite ki fink eli

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Contrebande En Haiti says...

La contrebande le long de la frontière haitienne-dominicaine coûte au pays 400 millions de dollars américains par an, affirme le journaliste Gary Pierre Paul Charles (GPPC) de la radio SCOOP FM. Il lance un défi au président Jovenel Moise de faire quelque chose à ce sujet.

Sur son émission de radio Haïti Debat mardi, GPPC affirme que le gouvernement haïtien a besoin d'argent pour opérer, mais le manque de contrôle sur les frontières d'Haïti coûte au gouvernement haïtien un montant qui représente 22 à 30 pour cent du budget national.

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