Protests, Looting In Haiti Bring Swif...

Protests, Looting In Haiti Bring Swift Response

There are 1 comment on the NBC 6 South Florida story from Apr 11, 2008, titled Protests, Looting In Haiti Bring Swift Response. In it, NBC 6 South Florida reports that:

Peacekeepers cleared roadblocks and businesses reopened in Haiti's debris-littered capital Thursday, but protesters warned that chaos will return quickly if the government fails to rein in soaring food prices.

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Mount Sinai, NY

#1 Apr 11, 2008
the actual government can try to act faster, if they can to alliviate the poor. But the problemes of Haiti do not result from their management. This is world wide, and no other countries ask government to reseign. The PM does not have to reseign over high price of food or fuel. What Aristide did? he stole millions of dollars. Those drug dealers who do not let the investors come because of kidnappings are responsible for the situation. Aristide who encourages the kidnapping is responsible. Aristide returns the millions of dollars you are enjoying in South Africa. Hypocrite.

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