Some public authorities are in the sights of the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes (CSCCA). The Court of Auditors says that there was a carelessness that deserves investigation concerning public infrastructure construction projects. This is one of the conclusions of the report on the financial situation of the country presented last week by the Court Council.

In this report, the CSCCA has greatly retarded the public infrastructure reconstruction after the earthquake. Currently these public works are mostly suspended. As is the case in buildings to accommodate the Departments of Interior and Commerce at the Champ de Mars.

The experts of the Court of Auditors have offered to shed light on what prevents the construction of infrastructures to move forward. "A sloppiness that led to cases that deserve serious investigation to understand how state funds were actually spent," holds the report of the High Court of Audit noting many irregularities.

The recent visits of the investigators of the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes in the workplace reveal that in some cases, two years have been delays in the execution of many projects, while the construction firms have already received the largest portion of the amounts of their contracts. "The execution of contracts have not been respected. Projects remained incomplete and could not be delivered within strict deadlines. The various management weaknesses were widespread and it is found both among officers that the performers contract side, " report the experts of the Superior Court of Auditors.

The Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes insists against the grant of bonanza to foreign firms. "Approximately 23.5 billion gourdes to 28.5 billion are exported to the outside through firms that engage execution resources that will be used to pay foreign professionals and imported inputs and corporate profits, the report which takes into account  the 2013-2014 fiscal year. It follows that the 24.5 billion on 28.5 billion received by international firms are far from being able to produce significant impacts on the economy. "

Experts from the CSCCA recalls that these firms were all engaged in counter-based will in most cases since 2012, under the cover of the emergency law. "The Court considers that unfortunate coincidence because it did not allow the Haitian State to enjoy the best cost for the execution of even less work to Haitian companies to take advantage of this massive injection of capital to expand and engage the technologically capitalization process required to build this vital business fabric. "

The report, which pins Haitian authorities, was made public by the members of the Court Council. This is the first of its kind released by the team led by Fritz Robert St Paul, Chairman. This report addresses several issues related with public finance, including construction of public infrastructure projects. Where Martelly-Lamothe team had sin especially in the light of revelations in this report.

"Based on these findings, we come to the understanding that neither the officers nor the performers are to feel so bound by the obligation of strict compliance with procedures and contractual terms, say experts further the CSCCA. The resources spent on financing contracts that are not executed and constitute funds on which interest accrued. "

Results for public expenditure executed over the past two years, should have been felt during the 2013-2014 period, but they were generally ineffective internally. The various abuses that were revealed are likely to guarantee either the internal performance or economic performance, much less put the country on the road to 2030, the report said. As almost always, the meager resources available to the Haitian government does not always serve the socio-economic development of Haiti.