Michel Pierre Brunache: Misinterpretation of President Martelly statement about "Caisse L'etat"

When Haiti president Michel Martelly said the "Caisse de l'Etat" was empty, it does not necessarily mean that the state (l'Etat Haitien) has no money to spend, says Michel Pierre Brunache, the new porte-parole of Prime minister Laurent Lamothe.


Michel Pierre Brunache, Porte-parole Haiti Premier ministre Lamothe

According to Mr. Brunache, it is more of a budget problem. he went on to say that there is indeed a lot of work being done by the government across the country and no budget has been voted by parliament to make available all the resources for the state's needs.

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Haiti Nouvelles says...

Sou zafè Caisse L'etat ki vid la, pòt pawòl Premye minis la, Michel Pierre Brunache di yo mal enteprete declaration President Martelly te fè a...

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