I believe educating the anticipated protesters would have been...

Etienne - May 8 2013, 9:04 AM

I believe educating the anticipated protesters would have been better.

Advocating peaceful protest would be a better choice and that is mainly the job of the the leadership of Lavalas or any other political parties.

I believe that's how a democracy is supposed to function.

Banning any groups or a political party is dangerous in my opinion.

I'm confuse!!!

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