PetroCaribe

Haiti Petro Challenge movement switches to a new phase: Nou Pap Domi

The PetroCaribe movement has been dormant in Haiti for a while but now the Petro Challengers just woke up once again with a new form of protest.

Affaire PetroCaribe: Have the petrochallengers lost control of the movement?

Read the from Le Nouvelliste: The petrochallengers lost control of the movement they launched about three months ago on social networks. This movement has been recovered by politicians.

Did President Martelly's Daughter Malaika respond to PetroCaribe Challenge?

In a Facebook message posted from the page of "Malaika Martely" it appears the daughter of former Haitian president Michel Martelly had something to say about the the Petro Caribe money... Read all about it!

Kote Kob PetroCaribe a? When PetroCaribe is used to intimidate ordinary citizens

True story... A Haitian proffessional walks into a supermarket in Port-au-Prince to purchase a bottle of wine. As he stood at the register to pay for the wine, and old man looked at him with a mean face and said: "Lajan PetroCaribe a, w ap bay li wi!" (the PetroCaribe money that's in your hands, you will give it up)

PetroCaribe: Many Haitians fear the unknown these days

There are many Haitians in the working-class, some of them government employees, who are worried about what is happening and Haiti right now.

Manifestation in Haiti Sunday, the #PetroCaribeChallenge continues...

The #PetroCaribeChallenge Street protests continue in Haiti. Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Port-au-Prince Sunday asking where is the Petro Caribe money.

PetroCaribe - Haiti owes Venezuela $1.6 billion

As of 31 December 2014, Haiti owes Venezuela USD $1.6 billion in Petro Caribe debt money, According to BMPAD, the Bureau of Monetization of Development Assistance Programs...

Haiti Energy : As Oil Prices Fall, Venezuela in Financial Trouble, What Happens to PetroCaribe?

Gas prices is falling everywhere but in Haiti, prices remain the same... Venezuela is having a tough time financially... PetroCaribe is "on life support," The Miami herald writes... What is the future for energy in Haiti?