A mon avis, le President aurait cree une force transitoire (la...

Bouger - September 22 2013, 3:12 PM

A mon avis, le President aurait cree une force transitoire (la police militaire) pour une periode d une annee au plus, avant d avoir entame une nouvelle Force Armee Haitienne.

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