C'est parce-que toutes les voitures sont presque toutes &#224...

Mm - March 18 2013, 12:17 PM

C'est parce-que toutes les voitures sont presque toutes à Port-au-Prince...

La vie urbaine telle qu'est coïncée à la capitale laisse l'impression qu'on s'étouffe...

et c'est vrai qu'on s'étouffe à Port-au-Prince...

Vive la campagne! Mais pour ça, faut-il que les efforts soient faits pour que nos campagnards...

nos banlieusards...

y restent et y vivent correctement, bon dieu!

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