Moise Jean Charles going to the United Nations to request PetroCaribe investigation (VIDEO)

Haiti political opposition leader Moise Jean Charles announced he is going to speak at the Untied Nations, accompanied by a delegation which includes Texas businessman Dumarsais Simeus, to request, among other things, an investigation into the dilapidation s of the PetroCaribe money in Haiti.

Moise Jean Charles speaking at the United Nations
Moise Jean Charles speaking at the United Nations

According to the opposition leader, the Haitian government is opposed to him speaking at the UN but he will do it anyway.

The former senator said he will be discussing 3 key points during his visit:

1 - The dilapidation of the PetroCaribe money in Haiti

2 - An investigation into the $1.50 being taxed on inbound money transfers to Haiti

3 - An investigation into the money from the Haiti Interim Commission for Reconstruction (commission intérimaire pour la reconstruction d'Haiti - CIRH)

According to Senator Moise, the United Nations signed a convention which said whatever money dilapidated in whatever country, there will find the money and after the find it that will open a bank account with that money and make it available in a special fund for that country's development.

"We are going to tell her UN to help a find that money so we can develop Haiti," Moise Jean Charles said.

Senator Moise also plan to talk about all the MINUSTAH soldiers who left babies in Haiti. Who will take care of them? who will pay for their education? Who will put food on their table?

Moise Jean Charles also wants the United Nations to condenm the fact Dominican Soldiers step on Haitian soil recently.

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Tags: Moise Jean-Charles, PetroCaribe, Dumarsais Simeus, United Nations, PetroCaribe Challenge, PetroCaribe - Where is the Money?, Haitian Politics

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