Considering the accord at El Rancho having fallen short of...

Bonito - May 16 2014, 7:15 PM

Considering the accord at El Rancho having fallen short of bringing to the table of "The dialogue" a significant share of the representatives of the Haitian people and as such would not meet the definition of all-inclusive and thereby an overstatement or an exageration on the part of the Prime Minister would then be considered precipitous, it is nonetheless fitting to recognize that Haiti like many other countries has known its fair share of pairs o opposites.

Le pouvoir aux plus capables vs Le pouvoir au plus grand nombre, l'elite vs la masse etc....A coming to terms, albeit difficult, is called upon since resorting to blunt accusations would not a solution create.

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