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April 13, 2015

Mining in Haiti on Hold Amid Uncertainty, Opposition

by Associated Press
The 50-year-old man from the village scrambled up a grassy hill to ask the onsite manager of a U.S. mining company for work. Joseph Tony had heard VCS Mining was bringing jobs, along with paved roads and electricity, to this corner of rural northern Haiti.
"Everybody is waiting,'' he said.

But Williamcite Noel, the only VCS employee in Haiti, had nothing to offer. Although the company received one of two gold mining permits in December 2012, the project known by the hill on which is located, Morne Bossa, was frozen two months later when Parliament imposed a moratorium on mining activity amid deep concerns about whether the country has the capacity to adequately regulate such a complex industry.

Mining had been seen as a potential new source of revenue and jobs for impoverished Haiti after the January 2010 earthquake devastated the capital in the south. Companies spent $30 million prospecting, with the encouragement of a government eager to bring development to the countryside, where most people get by on subsistence farming and lack even basic services.

But the new era in mining that some had predicted remains out of reach because the Haiti has been unable to enact a revised mining law establishing such fundamental issues as the environmental regulations and royalty revenues.

Now it's too late for this government. The administration of President Michel Martelly, a musician who had little support in the Senate and Chamber of Deputies when he took office in May 2011, was unable to get the law completed and passed before Parliament was dissolved in January. The prospects when a new government takes over next year are uncertain.

"Everything is being put on hold,'' said Tucker Barrie, vice president of exploration for Majescor Resources, a Canadian company that received the other production permit, for two concessions north of Morne Bossa.

Majescor once had up to 100 workers in Haiti assisting with its exploration, but went down to a single caretaker. After spending $5 million, the company last month turned over its stake to its Haitian subsidiary in exchange for a share of any future royalties. Barrie said that will require the local firm to find a new partner or outside capital.

"There will be little interest until the mining law issues are resolved,'' he said.

Mining giant Newmont Mining, which was studying Haiti for potential sites in partnership with Eurasian Minerals, suspended active exploration in the country in 2012, according to spokesman Omar Jabara.

Before the post-quake mining push, the mineral extraction industry had been dormant in Haiti since a copper mine near Gonaives closed in the 1970s. The country is believed to have the same veins of copper and gold found across the border in the Dominican Republic and could yield an estimated $20 billion in gold and other metals.

Angelo Viard, the Haitian-American president of VCS, pledged to hire locals, pave roads and bring electricity to the village near his 31-acre claim on Morne Bossa. The company built a basketball court and sponsored a soccer tournament, and Tony said that generated goodwill.
"People have a lot of hope in the company,'' he said.

Many Haitians are not eager to see the development of mining, skeptical of an industry that could pollute a country with a history of weak regulation and environmental problems.
Camille Chalmers, an economics professor and member of an advocacy group called the Mining Justice Collective, said any potential benefits for Haitian workers are vastly overstated.

"All the important jobs, with decent salaries, will go to people from abroad,'' said Chalmers, who has tracked the industry with lawyers from New York University's Global Justice Clinic. "The paved roads and the electricity are for the mines, not for the people.''

Chalmers said the delay is good.
"We would need a moratorium of at least 10 years to really create the conditions that would enable rational regulation of the industry in the public's interest,'' he said.

Critics also fear mining companies will have undue influence in a country long plagued by corruption. VCS fended off charges of buying influence after a press release about an upcoming book by author Peter Schweizer reported that the company had named to its board of directors Tony Rodham, a brother of Hillary Rodham Clinton, and ex-Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive, who was co-chairman of a reconstruction commission with former U.S. President Bill Clinton.

Viard said Bellerive and Rodham are advisers, not board members, and they were brought in after he already had the permit.
"Mr. Rodham is a person who knows the industry and the financial world and may be able to point us to some party who may be interested in investing."

He said the country's uncertain political climate has scared away potential partners.
"Any investors we talk to, they say 'It sounds like a great project but it is Haiti,'" said Viard. "People look at the instability, they look at the history."

Bellerive said he is an unpaid adviser, and Haiti should consider mining only if it can ensure that the environment will be protected, local communities are developed in conjunction with any mining and the government is fairly compensated.
"I am not really sure we are prepared to face all those issues right now," he said.

Members of Parliament agreed, passing the resolution in December 2012 that halted mining activity after ruling that the permits already issued weren't legal. The government began working on new regulations with help from the World Bank, but critics say the process was being done without sufficient public input and that the draft was never publicly released.

A standoff between Martelly and the Senate over the legislation needed to schedule elections dragged on until Parliament was dissolved in January, ending prospects not just for the mining law but any other significant legislation. Legislative elections are scheduled for August and a presidential election for October.

The new Parliament won't be seated until next January, followed by a new president, who will then nominate a new prime minister and Cabinet in a process that typically takes several months in Haiti. No one knows when, or even if, the new government will submit mining legislation.

In the meantime, Tony and others like him say they will be waiting for mining jobs and the infrastructure that would have to come with it. "The mine should be exploited so this area can be developed,'' he says. It can't stay like this."
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Before the post-quake mining push, the mineral extraction industry had been dormant in Haiti since a copper mine near Gonaives closed in the 1970s. The country is believed to have the same veins of copper and gold found across the border in the Dominican Republic and could yield an estimated $20 billion in gold and other metals.


Wi SASAYE ;

Mwen pa konnen pouki sa PRES GNBis lan refize pale de ZAFE min lan.

AYITI se yon ZILE ;pa t gen yon FWONTYE ki te mete ki gen RESOUS MINYE se sou yon BO ZILE an ,men pa sou lot bo an.
Gen gwo AKTIVITE EKSTRAKSYON lan NODES ki se NODWES DOMINIKEN se BATO sou BATO ki ap akoste pou pote bagay yo ekstrakte ;men lot BO fwontye an se ti OPERASYON anba manman.
Yo di rive an 2025 ,DOMINIKEN yo ap gen tan benefisye 25 MILYA dola sou MIN yo.

Ou gen lan PEDERNALES bo DOMINIKEN an ou we BATO akoste ki ap pote RESOUS .
Bo ayisyen an ;yo rele l ANSAPIT ;anyen.

Se pa voye monte ;si nou gen yon GOUVENMAN ki ka jere bagay sa a BYEN;si pa gen MALPWOPTE ki ap rantre lan "deal" ak vakabon ETRANJE nou pa p bezwen ED lan men okenn gouvenman ETRANJE.
MWEN DI SA AK ANPIL KONVIKSYON!
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Wi SASAYE ;

Pou m kontinye ;yo di ke gen "rare earth" lan zile KISKEYA a.
Pou MOUN ki pa konnen "rare earth" se youn lan MINERAL ki pi enpotan jounen Jodi an.
Ou jwenn li lan tout APAREY ELEKTRONIK.
Si yo di ke gen "rare earth" lan PEDERNALES ,ZON FWONTYE DOMINIKANI an ;dwe genyen sa ann AYITI tou.
Men yon ATIK sou rechech ki ap fet sou "rare earth" an DOMINIKANI ,ou pa tande anyen ann AYITI.
Si ta genyen "rare earth" lan PEDERNALES ;pwobabilite an 100% ke genyen l ann AYITI.


Search is on for ‘rare earth’ in Dominican Rep. National Park

hoyo de Pelempito canyon, at Sierra de Bahoruco.


Santo Domingo.- The National Geologic Service (SGN), the Higher Education Ministry and universities from Spain and the US on Friday announced today that starting January  the search for "rare earth" ores in Sierra de Bahoruco, southwestern Pedernales province.

The name rare earth stems from the actinides and lanthanides elements that have similar ionic radii and are minerals nearly impossible to separate, for which they "rarely" used until now.

"Bauxite is the first global source of aluminum. Many of its deposits, accumulated over carbonate rocks, may be relatively rich in rare earth elements," they said of the project which has piqued the interest of local and international in exploiting for the minerals, which include uranium.

Quoted by local media, the researchers said the project aims to investigate the presence of rare earth in Sierra de Bahoruco’s bauxite, a process they note would take about four years of exploration.

"The proposed study would be the first of its kind in the Caribbean region. The results would be of great value to the Dominican Republic, therefore the assessment of bauxite’s potential economic impact as a source of high-tech metals, as well as the results scientific impact of," said lead investigator Australia Ramírez, quoted by hoy.com.do.

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Jowèl
Alò, si jizman boksit rich lan eleman rare earth, nèg yo te dwe al gade lan zòn Miragwan, kote ke Renols te konn al fè ekstraksyon.

Mwen byen kontan pou moratwa saa. Se yon chans pou otorite responsab fè etid ak rechèch pou yo entrene kad ayisyen ak teknisyen pou jere min yo.
Menmsi yo ta anplwaye ekspè etranje, nèg sayo omwen a konnen de kisa ya p pale.
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Pa gen petet non?
Bagay "rare earth" sa .KOTE yo jwenn bagay sa a se ELDORADO.
Si gen aluminium lan PEDERNALES se ke genyen l lan ANSAPIT ak "rare earth" e pa gen DOUT lan sa.
Mwen pa fouti konprann NONCHALANS AYISYEN yo sou ZAFE RESOUS MINYE an.
Mwen reflechi pouki sa ;mwen poko paka panse pou ki REZON.

Gen de PWOJE ke DOMINIKEN yo ap fe tankou METRO an, ki ap koute 2 MILYA se ak LAJAN sa yo ;san konte LAJAN DOMINIKEN yo ap depanse lan EDIKASYON san bliye BARAJ IDWOELEKTRIK;DE SANTEN E DE SANTEN KILOMET WOUT.

Yon lot bagay tout PATI POLITIK yo INIFYE sou bagay RESOUS MINYE sa a.Yo pa soti pou yo kite MOUN ki ap EKSTRE RESOUS yo pou yo fe yon DOLA ke yo pa t dwe fe.

Mwen sezi ki jan DOMINIKEN yo toujou ap renegosye KONTRA yo.

Pati POLITIK serye yo dwe diskite sou bagay sa a ;mwen ta swete ke FANMI LAVALAS voye MOUN an DOMINIKANI pou etidye ki jan DOMINIKEN yo ap aji sou DOSYE sa a.

Yo gen dwa jwenn anpil ENFOMASYON sou jounal ELEKTRONIK tankou DOMINICANTODAY tou!
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