Top PRD leaders in NY to resign to reject agreement with PLD
Santo Domingo.– Depression, disappointment and frustration are making a dent in the PRD leaders in New York, who would resign en masse from the party to reject the agreement between Miguel Vargas Maldonado and the ruling PLD to support the reelection of President Danilo Medina.
As reported in El Nuevo Diario, some PRD leaders warned Tony Peña Guaba about the danger of the agreement and complained that nobody had consulted them. They also said they were being used as "sheeps" to sell Medina’s continuity project.
Peña Guaba denied that there was an agreement and asked them to wait for "the development of the events" that led 42 PRD deputies to support the constitutional reform last Tuesday.