Haitians in the diaspora, take action, pa voye anyen pou dwann dedwane pandan plizye mwa

Adieu Haiti Sou Facebook - July 28 2016, 7:41 PM

Haitians in the diaspora, take action, pa voye anyen pou dwann dedwane pandan plizye mwa.

We have to put our voice together and teach the Haitian government a lesson.

If we use to, stop sending anything there to anybody then stop sending business things just to break down their tax collectors (pa voye anyen pou dwann dedwane pandan plizye mwa) DGI pap ka rantre kob, leta ap bloke e la mize ap fe pep la revolisyone, konsa sistem lan ap chanje.

Non Selman Dyaspora Etazuni, Canada ak lafrans men nan tout tou kwen. Depi nou deyo Ayiti, nou dwe ini ansanm pou modod la respekte.

Se sel mwayen nou ka sisprann imilye pa Ayisyen lakay yo malgre leta a konnen byen 80% ekonomi yo soti de dyaspora a.

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