Sunday, April 16, 2006
Interim Haitian prime minister, Gerard Latortue wants all government officials in his administration to be subject to a corruption probe. Mr Latortue is set to leave office on May 21st.
His spokesman, Jean-Junior Joseph said the government aims to tackle allegations of irregularities. The Latortue administration was handpicked in 2004 after the resignation and exile of President Jean Bertrand Aristide. The outgoing leader is also ready to place himself under investigation.