World Bank Di Bagay yo pa Klè ak Lajan Luil Venezuela-sa!

Mezanmi, opozisyon an gin jett nan min yo. The special envoy to Haiti for the World Bank said he is concerned on how the Haitian government is using the money generated by Venezuelan petroleum. According to him, that is a lack of transparency.

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Sanble ke World Bank pete yon abse!

Mary Barton-Dock who is the director of the World Bank's office in Haiti, said that lack of transparency was the biggest obstacle to Haiti's economic development.

Ginyin yon proveb ki di, lafimin pa jam soty san dife

Her statement seems to support the claim made by the opposition to the government of Martelly Lamorthe that there is no transparency in the management of Petrocaribe Oil program and that there is high level of corruption and abuse.

The Petrocaribe funds is currently worth close to $300 million a year to Haiti

Mezanmi, se anpil lajan oui ki nan min ti neg

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