Somehow I don't think so. The intelligentsia over there is generally divided between two camps: a. The one that thinks they got the short end of the stick in 1929 and should have gotten exactly half of the island (which would put the current line past the lakes up to Duarte's Peak in the center, Barahona to the south and Puerto Plata to the north., and b. What I call the "Haitian Lebensraum" (C'est une et indivisible) party, as in, the DR has no business in existing and Haiti should continue to aim at having the seas as its only borders.Dandicat speaks of the lines drawn in 1929. Are you on the same page?