Manigat aurait reçu un montant supplémentaire de 300.000 dollars dominicaine sénateur Bautista
- Tuesday, 17 Avril, 2012 14:40
MIAMI, Etats-Unis (defend.ht) - Le journaliste d'investigation Nuria dominicaine Pierra dit que l'ancien candidat à la présidence d'Haïti, Manigat, avait reçu un autre versement de 300.000 dollars du sénateur dominicain Felix Bautista, en plus de 250 000 mentionné ci-dessus.
On her television show of the last weekend, excerpts of which are available on Youtube, the journalist said she had continued to peel Bautista’s accounts and have discovered a further payment of $ 300,000 to Manigat.
The documents are voluminous and it will take time to explore and identify key data that can interest the public, said Pierra, presenting the list of payments to the press.
Similarly, the journalist found that Bautista has rented a helicopter 10 November 2011 in favor of "MMHaiti" and this transaction was made in two installments: 185,520 pesos and 60,294 pesos.
The initials "MM" may well be those of President Michel Martelly, Nuria Pierra reported.
President Martelly made a trip by helicopter to Cap-Haitian November 10, 2011 to visit the site of the campus Lemonade, offered to Haiti by the Dominican Republic.
In previous revelations of Dominican journalist, Martelly's name figured as a potential beneficiary of $ 2.5 million from Bautista, before and after his election as president (between 2010 and 2011).
On a set of 500 million U.S. dollars of reconstruction contracts after the earthquake of January 12, 2010, 338 million were awarded to companies owned by Felix Bautista and his affiliates, under conditions deemed irregular by a commission of inquiry set in place by the former Haitian Prime Minister Garry Conille.