Roger Richard Boncy accused over $84 million port project in M le St. Nicolas

Haitian citizen Roger Richard Boncy was charged with one count of conspiracy for violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the Travel Act. Roger Richard Boncy holds dual U.S. and Haitian citizenship and is currently residing in Madrid. According to Miami Herald, he has been charged in a scheme to bribe Haitian government officials over the construction of an $84 million port in Mȏle St. Nicolas.


The project consisted of construction of multiple cement factories, shipping-vessel recycling station, international transshipment station with numerous slips for shipping vessels, a power plant, a petroleum depot and tourist facilities.

Boncy was named Haiti Ambassador-at-Large by former Haitian President Michel Martelly in 2013. He also server as permanent representative of Haiti to the United Nation's World Tourism Organization

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