Local October 10, 2015 | 8:56 am

PRSC claims its doors are wide open to parties and civil society

Santo Domingo.– Veteran politico Federico Antun Batlle (Quique), the presidential candidate for the Social Christian Reformist Party (PRSC), as well as aspiring senators and members of the Special Committee said Friday the party has not signed agreements or electoral pacts with any political organization.

They said that is the reason why the party keeps its doors wide open to all party organizations and civil society. The announcement was made during a meeting at the PRSC headquarters headed by Quique Antun and attended by Jose Enrique Sued representing aspiring mayors across the country.

The reformists said the PRSC will emerge with enough strength for the electoral process next year, increasing its enrollment in the National Congress and the municipalities, and getting a much higher percentage of votes that the one reached in the 2012 elections.

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