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Rene Preval and Dimitri Acra, Palais National

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Haiti's President Rene Preval, left, listens to Dimitri Acra, right, a top businessman, during a press conference at the National Palace in Port-au-Prince, Saturday, April 12, 2008. Preval announced a drop in the price of rice Saturday in a bid to defuse anger of rising food prices that fueled days of deadly protests and looting across Haiti. After meeting with food importers, Preval said the price of a 50-pound (23-kilos) bag of rice will drop from US$51 (Euro 32) to US$43 (Euro 27), a reduction of 15.7 percent. The man at center is an unidentified businessman. Photo: AP/Brenan Linsley

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Josy says...

You mean think, and be like you. "NO, THANK YOU".

I like me, and have my own mind. God did not create all of us to look, be, think, and act the same. You have different races, personalities, skills, and talents.

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Jamesnasser says...

You are right the Arabs were there also when dessalines was betrayed by his own! Makes sense now blame someone else for your shortcomings.

It's easier then looking in the mirror

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Jamesnasser says...

You want the country to change than change your attitude

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Jan Batis says...

You asked a good question Josy. While we are too busy noticing the skin complexion of Acra, no one pays attention to the guy in the gray suit. His name is Joseph Tchaconte, one of the biggest rice importers in Haiti which he sells under the Tchako brand name. Now should we blame him as well for the troubles of Haiti, or does his dark skin make it OK?

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Dog Owner says...

Hey, are you the same stupid nut that place an add for marriage proposal on this blog?

You are so stupid you wrote empty ended instead of empty-handed.

Go to school first before you look for women

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Arab says...

Its easy to judge someone with out knowing them. The Arabs that migrated to Haiti in the early 1900"s came empty ended.

They were called " ARABE BOITE NAN DOS", and all types of other names.

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Bernadette says...

First of all couteau deubous - kaliko deubeau, whatever you called yourself-Middle Eastern Haitians DO NOT SOUND OR WRITE LIKE YOU. True Elite writes analytically.

You are full of hot air. pas gen anyen nan calbas la. Let me reapeat for you what I wrote: There is or was a part of the Haitian constitution that said: Haitians can get citizenship only their father's lineage.

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La Si Do Re says...

Doremi, Partition well played; but what do we do from here?

Because Sabine and Josy are right and you well played the music sheet.

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Annibal P says...

HAITIAN FAG. CORRUPTED MIDDLE EAST FAG. CROOK! JUST SHUT UP. YOUR DAYS ARE NUMBERED IN HAITI...

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Carmene Prince says...

DO NOT SPEND TIME ARGUING WITH THOSE CRONIES.

DON'T YOU SEE WHAT THEIR PARENTS ARE DOING IN PALESTINE.

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