Whatever it takes to bring that country back to the rail is...

Mm - November 29 2011, 10:37 AM

Whatever it takes to bring that country back to the rail is important...An association or the government will have to seet down one day to enforce the laws for those workers...cause we have not establish some right rules for our ladies working in hotels...there are so many DSK going tho these Islands...

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