This is "almost" a good news. I use the term "almost" because...

Tiba - February 10 2013, 9:35 AM

This is "almost" a good news. I use the term "almost" because there isn't a date given when this project will start.

As usual, all projects in Haiti have open ended dates to start, which is a "loophole/clause" that means the project may start tomorrow, or next month, or next year, or 5 years from now, or NEVER.

Furthermore, by modernizing Haiti Ports, will that end the chronic corruption that is going on those ports as we know it?

Does that mean no one will have to pay more than the purchase price to get a car out of custom?

Does that mean it will not take 2 to 3 months to get cargo out of custome anymore because of buraucracy and red tapes?

Does that mean no one will have to pay everyone who works in those ports in order to get their goods out of custom anymore?

Does that mean middle man will no longer needed to pull strings at a high cost to get anything out of custome anymore?

Modernization of Haiti ports would be good for the country ONLY if this chronic corruption will be eliminated.

What's going on in those ports in Haiti is beyond SHAMEFUL.

It puts CORRUPTION to a new level.


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