Vice President of Haitian financial institution refutes felony allegations amidst Canadian sanctions

Canada has imposed sanctions on Carl Braun, the vice chairman of Haiti’s largest financial institution, UNIBANK. 

Alongside Braun, sanctions additionally prolong to Marc Antoine Acra, beforehand an adviser to the previous Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, and Jean-Marie Vorbe, serving because the CEO of a big vitality sector agency.

Allegations of felony and gang exercise

The Canadian authorities, represented by International Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly, imagine these three outstanding Haitian figures are instigating violence and instability inside Haiti.

In response to studies, Moreover, there’s a declare of their involvement in empowering illicit armed teams accountable for instilling concern, thereby undermining peace and safety throughout the nation.

Extra on Haiti’s gang violence

Denial of involvement by Unibank official

In response to the sanctions and severe accusations, UNIBANK’s vice chairman has publicly denied collaborating in any type of felony or gang-related actions. 

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