Laurent Lamothe sanctioned by the United States

Laurent Lamothe sanctioned by the United States

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced sanctions against Laurent Salvador Lamothe, former Haitian Prime Minister and Minister of Planning and External Cooperation, for his involvement in a major corruption case.

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This measure makes Lamothe generally ineligible for entry into the United States. Specifically, Mr. Lamothe misappropriated at least $60 million from the Haitian government’s PetroCaribe infrastructure investment and social protection fund for private purposes, according to the United States.


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