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Jean Max Bellerive cited for receiving bribe from Dominican companies

Former Prime Minister Jean Max Bellerive is probably not happy with having his name mentioned every time there is a reference to the 2010 earthquake recovery or Petrocaribe funds; however he continue to be an important character in relationship to both. This time once again his name was cited in a possible bribery case. The President of Commission of Anti-Corruption, Senator Youri Latortue, this week cited Jean Max Bellerive for possibly receiving close to seven million of American dollars in bribery or kick back by Dominican companies.

Jean Max Bellerive became Prime Minister October 30. 2009 under the government of Rene Preval and was involved in issuing multi-million dollar contracts to some Dominican companies immediaty following the 2010 Haiti earthquake. He was later replace by replaced by Garry Conille following the election of President Michel Martelly

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Jean Max Bellerive, Do not expect elections in Haiti any time soon

Jean Max Bellerive who is the chief of staff to President Jocelerme Privert stated that it is impossible to conduct the elections in 24 days or on on April 24, as the agreement of March 6 requires. According to agreement signed by former President Michel Martelly, Jocelerme Privert and Cholzer Chancy, the second round of the presidential and legislative elections is supposed to be held on April 24, 2016. Some people are accusing the government of Jocelerme Privert for not moving fast enough with the election process, suggesting that they are creating all kind of tactics to remain in power past the deadline in the agreement.

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Jean Max Bellerive named Chief of Staff to President Jocelerme Privert

Jocelerme Privert named former Prime Minister under Rene Préval, Jean Max Bellerive, to become his Chief of Staff. The announce came first in the radio show "Vision 2000 a L'Ecoute" by radio talk show host Valery Numa.

Haitian Kreyol:

Jean Max Bellerive vinn Chèf estaf a Prezidan Jocelerme Privert

Jocelerme Privert te rele ansyen Premye Minis anba Rene Preval, Jean Max Bellerive, pou kapab vin Chèf estaf. Premye moun ki te fè anons sa se te Valery Numa nan radyo "Vizyon 2000 yon L'Ecoute".

Ki saou panse?

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Jean-Max Bellerive and Laurent Lamothe most clarify contracts to Estrella

What do the Haitian population need to do in order to get some clear and straight talk from both Former Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive and Laurent Lamothe on the distribution of contracts following the 2010 Haiti earthquake? Will that remain a mystery for ever? Are these two going to be allowed to run in the next election without giving some explanation?

I demand an explanation!

According to a report just release by the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative (CSC/CA), the find that most of the contract issued following the 2010 earthquake, irregular. The report also suggested that the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative has serious suspicions on the way these contract wwere given to foreign companies. The report also estimated that 68% of the contract were awarded to three foreign companies; that various abuses were recorded

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Jean-Max Bellerive declares his candidacy for President

Breaking news. Former Haiti Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive just announced that he's candidate for the next Presidential election in Haiti.

Jean-Max Bellerive was Prime Minister under President Rene Preval, nominated on October 30, 2009, to replace former Prime Minister Michèle Pierre-Louis.

There were some allegations made on Mr. Bellerive and gold in Haiti

What do you think

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Fatal Assistance - Assistance Mortelle by Hatian filmmaker Raoul Peck

Here is the documentary that you have heard so much about. Assistance Mortelle or Fatal Assistance in English was realized by Hatian filmmaker Raoul Peck. It is an exposé that provides a look at the response of the international community following the January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti. This film that made its World Premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival in February, has a duration of 1:45 minutes.

Se dokimantè ou te tande anpil pale sou li. "Asistans Mortelle" te reyalize pa Hatian sineast Raoul Peck. Se yon ekspoze ki bay yon gade sou tranbleman tè 12 janvye 2010 an Ayiti.

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Role of Prime Minister of Haiti and List

The Haitian Prime Minister heads the country's government and shares executive powers with the head of state. The holder of the Prime Minister post is appointed by the incumbent president and gets approval from the National assembly.

The Prime Minister has the responsibility of law enforcement vested upon him and works alongside the president to ensure national defense.

Previous Haitian Prime Ministers:

February 9, 1988 - June 20, 1988 - Martial Célestin

June 20, 1988 - February 13, 1991 - Post abolished

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Allegation of Kickbacks between President Martelly Dominican Senator Felix Bautista, Nuria Piera

According to Dominican Investigative Journalist Nuria Piera, President Michel Martelly received at least $$2.5 million in the form of Kickbacks by a Dominican construction firm owned by Dominican Senator Felix Bautista.

The winning Companies:
According to the report, one the companies owned by Bautista, HADOM Construction was awarded a $2.5 million contract to do reconstruction work in Haiti. HADOM received 75,466,638.08 HTG ($1.8 Million U.S.) on November 8, 2010 and another 5,000,000 HTG ($120,000 U.S.) on May 11, 2011. The contracts were signed by former Prime Minister and current Presidential Adviser, Jean-Max Bellerive


The winning Haitian Politicians:
According to the Investigative Journalist Nuria Piera, companies owned by Senator Batista transferred $2,587,100.00 to Haitian President Michel Martelly and $250,000.00 to presidential candidate Mirlande Manigat.

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Haiti Next Prime Minister - Bernard Gousse, Jean Henry Ceant or Jean Max Bellerive

As the Haitian president Michel Martelly is in the process of selecting a new Prime Minister for Haiti after the defeat of his previous candidate Daniel Rouzier, three names have made the final. According to some reliable sources for the "Haitian Joudalist", the three candidates for the post are Bernard Gousse, Jean Henry Céant and Jean Max Bellerive.

You can definitely bet your bottom dollar that one of these three will be proposed for the post of Prime Minister. The executive branch is currently in negotiation with both houses (Upper and Lower house) so that a final candidate can be selected between Bernard Gousse, Jean Henry Céant and Jean Max Bellerive.

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Daniel-Gerard Rouzier back pedaling on statement related to reconstruction commission

" I am open for discussion as to the future of the earthquake reconstruction commission ", said recently the new Haitian prime Minister designed Daniel-Gerard Rouzier. This is definitely a shift from his previous statement.

Did he really think he could do that?

To put things in perspective, in a previous interview with the press, the Prime Minister designated, Daniel-Gerard Rouzier, expressed his desire to replace the current earthquake reconstruction commission that is co-shared by the former United States President Bill Clinton and former Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive.

Would you agree with me that the decision to get ride of the commission was Rouzier's first "Boubou" on the job that he does not even have yet?

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