This is a diplomatic issue that requires a diplomatic...

Greg - February 25 2015, 9:39 PM

This is a diplomatic issue that requires a diplomatic solution.

I don't think any haitian citizen is allowed to do something like that. I do understand the frustration.

But, this is not the proper way to respond to the lynching.

The embassy is off limit.

It is horrible what the dominicans did, of course.

But, we still don't have the right to replace the Dominican flag by our own flag. It is a violation of international laws. Even though a few fools disrespected our flag, but we have to respect their embassy.

Hopefully, the Dominican authorities will understand our frustration and treat our people with more respect.

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