Former presidential candidate of the Pitit Desalin platform, Jean-Charles Moïse, was heard Thursday, February 16, 2017, at the investigation office of Judge Brédy Fabien to shed light on the facts of money laundering, put At the charge of the new president, Jovenel Moïse.
The former presidential candidate had to shed light on this file as a civilly constituted party.
This hearing follows the supplementary statement to inform that was made public by the public prosecutor’s office of Port-au-Prince on February 6, 2017, the day before the investiture of Jovenel Moïse as 58th president of Haiti.
In this indictment, the government commissioner, Jean Danton Léger, requested that Judge Fabien hear Jean-Charles Moise.
Jean-Charles Moise claimed that he joined the civil party after the Directorate-General of Taxes (Dgi) and the National Bank of Credit (Bnc) refused to appear before the judge to defend the interests of the population.
He felt it his duty to present himself as such.
Through the indictment, the public prosecutor asked the investigating judge to make new information and to explore any other possible means of shedding light on the shadowy corners of the case in the shortest possible time.
Consideration should be given to the ways in which the originals of the checks issued by Jovenel Moïse and his wife Marie Martine Joseph relating to the account No. 0340000272 held at the Bnc are taken expressly and expressly.
Also included are forms to open multiple accounts at the branches where they have been opened (14 banks or financial institutions).
The judge is also asked to examine Jovenel Moïse, née Marie Martine Joseph, key witnesses such as Isones Etienne, Winsky Knagg, Réginald Boulos and Ernst Bolivar and Jean-Charles Moïse who Civil party.
The accused must also confront the witnesses and the persons who have joined the civil party. All the beneficiaries of the checks of Jovenel Moses, his wife and the various companies, the various shareholders, shareholders of Jovenel Moses, must also be heard.
A report by the Central Financial Intelligence Unit (Ucref) reports suspicious or suspicious financial transactions by Jovenel Moïse, from 5 March 2007 to 31 May 2013.
It was sent to the competent authorities, including the Public Prosecutor’s Office of the Civil Court in Port-au-Prince, for the necessary follow-up, “in accordance with Article 35 of the Act of 11 November 2013 on money laundering and financing Terrorism “.
Jean Danton Léger pointed out that President Jovenel Moïse remains and remains an “accused” in the Ucref case.