Those journalists aren't governmental. A gift of 50.000...

Wilherme - January 27 2015, 4:17 PM

Those journalists aren't governmental.

A gift of 50.000 gourdes cannot turn them into propagandists.

whoever thinks they shouldn't take the money isn't a good friend of democracy.

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