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|Sujet: Haiti - Reconstruction : The Government puts in place an unit for the reconstruc Dim 27 Nov - 13:44|| |
Haiti - Reconstruction : The Government puts in place an unit for the reconstruction
Last Friday, the President of the Republic has proceeded with the installation of the UCLBP (Unit of housing and public buildings construction), which will work on the reconstruction of government buildings and housing for the population.
The installation ceremony took place last Friday to the Primature in the presence of the Prime Minister, Dr. Garry Conille, members of the cabinet as well as partners involved in the reconstruction.
"This unit will have a very well organized structure, which will enable us to plan and move quickly towards investment, so that we can rebuild all public buildings.
We will try to start as soon as possible with Parliament. We are already working on a series of buildings in the area of Duvivier and Morne-à-cabris and we'll do the planning so so that by next week, the President has an exact schedule as he asked us :
when the constructions will start, where will they be made and when they will be completed" stated the Prime Minister after the meeting.
Garry Conille clarified that this unit is composed of a technical unit and a steering committee composed of six ministers, that it is an implementation structure that will work in common agreement with the IHRC and that all partners will be involved so that we can move forward.
"The Commission will be primarily civil, but certainly, we will benefit from the experience of one or two military experts, because we need people who have technicality, to make recommendations very sharp..."
adding that by January 2012, there will be some buildings that will start, but above all the people will have an exact schedule of construction for each building."
Concerning the location of buildings, Garry Conille clarified "we have focused primarily the bottom of the city for public buildings, but we have already started the construction of housing as I said, in the area of Morne-à-cabris, Duvivier. [...]
The work of the airport has already begun and progress. We will try to turn the country into a real site, so that the population can see that indeed we are moving forward."
For his part, President Martelly declared "[...]
we talked about the need to have this dashboard, today we are talking about major projects, for example, it is time to remake the port, the Prime Minister decided that we will remake the port.
We are at the stage of studies, we will have all the answers when the Prime Minister will have delivered me this dashboard...
We also talked about the Port of South, we know that this project exists for a long time, unfortunately, the feasibility study have not yet been achieved, the pre-feasibility study will be ready in six weeks, and from there we will know when we can start. [...] it is time that we converted the country into a construction site.
We realize that money is not the problem, now if a person makes a project of more than 70.000 U.S. dollars, it is necessary that the project goes into tender,
is a heavy structure that requires three months, eight months before to be able to take a decision.
We call upon the good faith of parliamentarians [...] to find a way to overcome this system that is heavy [...]"
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|Sujet: Re: Haiti - Reconstruction : The Government puts in place an unit for the reconstruc Dim 27 Nov - 16:07|| |
What we really need is a ministry of housing and urban development instead of having a minister of tourism. a minister of culture,a minister of haitians living overseas and a minister of youth and sports.it is time we stop governing this country upside down.In Chile they have a ministry of housing which is responsible to enforce the construction codes ;this is the reason why the earthquake in chile didn't do as much damage as in haiti.Close some embassies Dr Conille in order to find the money to give the people shelters and potable water.We don't need all these embassies all over the world.Stop the waste in order for us to stop being eternal beggars.