Judge issued order forbidding former Prime Minister, Jean Max Bellerive from leaving the country

Posted by hougansydney.com on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 Under: Justice
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An order forbidding former Prime Minister of the Rene Preval administration, Jean Max Bellerive from leaving the country, was issued on Monday, December 18, by the High Court of the Judiciary (CSPJ).

In the order bearing the signature of the examining magistrate of the Court of First Instance of Port-au-Prince, Jean Wilner Morin, the Director of the Emigration Service was ordered " to take all necessary measures to prevent the name: Joseph Jean Max Bellerive from leaving the national territory by land, air or sea, until further notice ; let's say that this order is applicable upon receipt, "

The travelling ban imposed on the former Prime Minister is part of a corruption and murder investigation against Wilner Valcin, who was associated with Jean Max Bellerive.


 This decision makes Jean-Max Bellerive the third former state employee struck by a ban on departure under the reign of Jovenel Moise in less than two months. After the former Minister of Justice, Camille Édouard Junior and the former Minister of the Economy and Finance under the Privert administration, Yves Romain Bastien.


Low profile on the political scene for some time, it has not been easy for Joseph Jean Max Bellerive . Since the former Prime Minister who also held the post of Minister of Planning and External Cooperation, during the presidency of René Préval, has already seen his name in two reports available on the use of the PetroCaribe funds. Reports, which the former PM rejected categorically during his various interventions on the airwaves of the radio stations in the capital, questioning the method used by the commissioners among others.

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