Bagay saa se gro tet chaje vreman. Si nan paket lajan...

Oxceva - March 19 2013, 1:47 AM

Bagay saa se gro tet chaje vreman.

Si nan paket lajan gouvènman haitien ap pran sou chak machine ki dedwane, sou apel telephone, ak sou transfer.

M'panse yo teka ouvri yon rout deyo, menmsi se tout akote lamè a, problem blockis la rezoud.

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