Haiti's Police chief says his anti-corruption fight within the institution has allowed the state to recover 50 million gourdes

Posted by hougansydney.com on Saturday, January 27, 2018 Under: Corruptions
The head of the Haitian National Police (PNH), Michel-Ange Gedeon, said he has engaged in an unprecedented fight against corruption within the institution he leads.

The head of the country's largest law enforcement agency said his strategies have already allowed the state to recover 50 million gourdes, which will be returned to the Ministry of Economy and Finance for reintegration into the police budget.

However, Mr. Gedeon did not specify what types of funds were misappropriated, under what circumstances they were recovered, who is guilty and what type of charge(s) should be laid.

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