Lawyer Newton Saint-Juste denounces what he calls "A campaign of judicial discrimination" orchestrated by some personalities who have benefited from loans for very high amounts to the National Insurance Agency (ONA). This campaign comes as a result of legal proceedings that he undertakes to allow the institution to recover funds lent by these personalities.
Me Newton Saint-Juste denounced a false note circulating on social networks according to which he signed an anti-dated contract with ONA towards the end of November. By this contract, his firm would have received a fee for seven (7) months, from March to November 2019.
The lawyer has informed that this false note comes after a judicial campaign started with leaders of the ONA to allow the institution to recover high loans granted to certain public figures.
However, he confided that he made a proposal for a legal service at ONA in September 2018, stating that the managers of this financial institution had approved it in March 2019. But he said, the Court of Auditors and the administrative litigation (CSC / CA), had not approved the file for lack of documents such as His license in law and a certificate of the bar of Port-au-Prince.
"So, rumors that my firm would have received fees from the ONA at the end of November 2019, are completely false," he denounced, in an exclusive interview with the editorial staff of Vant Bef Info ( VBI). He claims to have voluntarily chosen to publish the true note from the institution in order to counter-carrer the "flyer" circulating on social networks. He points to personalities who had benefited from loans for large amounts.
"For me, this is a campaign of judicial discrimination by anticipation initiated by those people who had contracted suspicious and suspicious loans fearing that the hidden truth is unveiled by the Haitian justice," said Saint-Juste. He noted that the actions of ONA officials are part of the fight against corruption in the public administration.
It should, therefore, be noted that a note from ONA confirms that the institution had approved the proposal of Mr. Saint-Juste and agreed to hire his firm for an amount estimated at 36,000 US dollars a year at the rate of 3 thousand dollars a month at the rate of the day.