Opposition politico denied house arrest; sent to 3 years in jail
Santo Domingo.- National District Sentencing judge Saulo I. Diaz ruled against allowing house arrest for the secretary of the Social Christian Youth of the opposition PRSC party, convicted of aggravated payroll theft and sent to the jail at Monte Plata.
Cesar Dimitri Roa was sentenced to three years in prison, after the judge ruled that the political leader doesn’t meet the conditions to vary the ruling.
The convict was charged with the theft April 2009, against the Onemax Company, which provides Internet service.
In last year’s congressional and municipal elections the PRSC presented Roas as one of its candidates to the Central American Parliament (PARLACEN).