FEATURE-Haiti's road to reconstruction blocked by land tenure disputes
The smooth black asphalt of National Road No. 7 stretches for about five miles beyond Camp Perrin, a town in fertile southwest Haiti.
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#1 Jan 27, 2013
I guess they like things the way they are they love the mud road the big pot-holed and dust road instead of nice paved road they love stinking open sewage all over the place no sanitation infastructure haiti has no housing codes after more than two hundred years wasting billions of the taxpayers money and no results it's time to change gear it's now or never a country with no housing codes never heard of that only in haiti
#2 Jan 27, 2013
encircle shrink > q t o p being so r t o p being so
#4 Jan 28, 2013
I am surprised for such a response. I do not think you understand the Haitian dilemma. Many people always make the wrong opinion of Haitian because they fighting for a fair share in things. I agree that there are many problems in Haiti but to think that Haitian don't want a change is a mistake. It is good to keep inform of news about various countries but one need to know more by visiting the country and talking with open minded people of that particular country. I think you need to travel a little more around the world and better understand life.
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