A 72 hour deadline to return all State vehicles from Haiti National palace

This is to inform anyone in possession of a Tet Bef, a Zoreken or other vehicles registered under Haiti National Palace that these vehicles don't belong to you. If you still have such state property in your hands, you must return it immediately. The Secretary General of the Presidency wants to remind yo to bring them to the services of transportation and the garage of the National Palace in less than 72 hours. If you let the delay passes, the secretary will take additional actions against you.

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Haitian kreyol:

72 èdtan limit pou retounen tout machin Eta ki soti nan Palè nasyonal

Nenpòt moun ki gin yon Tet Bef, yon Zoreken, oswa lòt machin ki anrejistre anba Palè nasyonal ke machin sa yo pa pou ou. Si ou toujou gen pwopriyete leta sa yo nan men ou, ou dwe retounen li imedyatman. Sekretè Jeneral Prezidans lan vle fè sonje pou mennen machin sa yo nan sèvis transpò ak garaj Palè Nasyonal la nan mwens pase 72 èdtan. Si ou kite tan sa pase, sekretè a ap pran mezi adisyonèl kont ou pou dwèt long siperyè

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Patrick Cadesti says...

Map mande eske ya mande matelly pou Remet 7 Toyota Land Cruiser tou nèf avèk play officiel ke li pran yon jou van li kite pouvwa tou.fok yo tounen yo

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