Haiti - Drivers License and Passports are not Commodities, Govt Reply to Tax Hike

There has been so much complaint in Haiti regarding a recent tax hike especially on the price to renew drivers licenses and passports... The government replies, these things are NOT Commodities...

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KREYOL: Haiti - Gen anpil moun ki ap plenyen poutet TAX ki monte sou renouvellement permis de conduire ak passport, Minis Communication an reponn bagay sa yon pa produits de première nécessité, se yon mesure pou leta pi bien sèvi population an... Kisa ou panse de sa???

Haiti communication minister Jean Mario Dupuy told the Haitian media this tax increase is a way for the state to better serve the population; however, this decision came around the same time the government decided to give ministers and secretaries of states a nice bonus in the millions before the end of the Martelly administration.

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Fito Neptune says...

Il est deja temps pour que nous autres haitiens comprennent et acceptent que " Ce gres cochon an qui po quit cochon an " an nou suspan longe ti kui nou bay etrange international pou lagay ti monnin nan kui nou pou nou soti nan sa nou ye la.Pran consian peyier impo wa.pas met nan tet ou ce youn moyien po politiciens yo fai kob so nou.Mem si ce vre rempli devoy citroiyin ka memm.Pour une nouvelle Haiti.L'union fait la

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