PHOTO: Mario Joseph - Avocat Jean-Bertrand Aristide

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Gade photo saa... Sa de Maitre Mario Joseph, Avocat ancien President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.

Photo saa se nan moman misye tap eksplike ke President Aristide pat resevwa manda pou li presante li devan Juge Lamarre Belizaire jounen Mekredi 14 Aout 20a4 la...

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