Crime victim against death penalty, even for her attackers
Santo Domingo.- Even for her assailants who in 2012 lefther blind by gunshots during a robbery would civil engineer Francina Hungria supportthe death penalty.
The now deputy mayor candidate for the National District forthe ruling party (PLD) said the Dominican justice system must implement othermeasures because in her view, violence cannot be attacked violently.
She said the death penalty cannot justified by alleging thatit would solve the spate of violent crimes.
Interviewed on Teleradio America Channel 45 from 8 to 9 am,Hungria said the best way to fight crime in Dominican Republic is by providing studyand work opportunities for young people and build a culture of peace.
When asked about those who’ve voiced opposition to her candidacy,Hungria said she assumed the commitment to work for a more gender-inclusivecity and citizens who like her, suffer from a disability, “those people whosomehow feel vulnerable by having an environment that isn’t intended for theircondition."