If Tourists come here in Haiti, it should be a great thing...

Serge Desrameaux - February 1 2013, 1:22 PM

If Tourists come here in Haiti, it should be a great thing.

However, because of security's problem, Haiti is not prepared yet to receive tourists.

If the government do so and something bad happen, the government will be responsible.

The better thing is to resolve the problem of security first.

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