Local September 24, 2014 | 11:26 am

PLD leaders in NY urge Dominican president to consider relection

New York.- Senior leaders and members of the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD) in New York urged Dominican President Danilo Medina to listen to the people’s voice and what the majority of Dominicans are asking for.

According to El Nuevo Diario, the PLD leaders want Medina to complete in the his next six years of government the work in favor of the poor, women, elderly, students and farmers, as well as to continue to clean up public institutions.

Jose Polanco, president of PLD’s Intermediate B-5 "Amilcar Cabral" in Brooklyn; Benjamin Vargas, of the branch in New York; Arturo Ortiz, chairman of the Sectional District Four in Manhattan, and militants Abraham Gonzalez and Jose Cespedes, of the Saint Nicholas area in Upper Manhattan, said that democracy is based on the will of the majority expressed freely.

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