Activist: Investigate senator’s $4.25 million mansion in Canada

Senator Rony Celéstin and his wife Marie-Louisa’s new mansion in Montreal. Photo via Web Centris

Senator Rony Celéstin and his wife purchased a $4.25 million mansion in Montreal in December, drawing questions about how the pair financed the purchase. 

Pierre Espérance, the National Network of Human Rights Defense’s general director, said on Radio Magik9 Wednesday that the Central Financial Intelligence Unit (UCREF) should launch an investigation of the money used to buy the mansion.

Celéstin’s wife, Marie-Louisa Celéstin, is one of Haiti’s consuls in Montreal. The couple owns another house in Canada. Source

Onz Chery

Onz Chery

A City College of New York graduate, Onz Chery covers politics, health, crime and other topics for The Haitian Times. He previously wrote for Elite Sports New York and the Cosmopolitan Soccer League. Chery can be contacted by email at [email protected] or on twitter @onz_11.
Onz Chery
Feb. 18, 2021

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