Local March 6, 2013 | 10:44 am

Justice Ministry lifts dress ban, but “don’t reveal private parts”

Santo Domingo. – Justice minister Francisco Domínguez has eliminated his department’s restrictions which prevented the entry of people with clothing "inappropriate" to its offices, and which included tank-tops and halters, flip-flops and worn garments, “but which don’t reveal private parts.”

In a statement, the top prosecutor says the measure does away with discrimination to citizens’ access to the Attorney General’s Office, provincial and neighborhood prosecutor’s offices, and its other agencies.

Dominguez adds that the initiative aims to definitively eliminate the restrictions, exclusion and discrimination in accessing the Justice Ministry and all its agencies, based on clothing and /or physical appearance, whose only limitation should be respect for morality and decency.

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