Greens to protest Dominican government corruption in New Jersey
New York.- The Green March in Northeastern New Jersey on Thurs. announced a protest for next Sunday, near City Hall in Jersey City, where it will reiterate its demand to end impunity and corruption in the Dominican Republic.
It said the protest will be held from 2:30 to 4pm, in front of town hall at 280 Grove St.
The organizers urged all Dominicans in New Jersey to participate in a protest as part of “the vigorous anti-corruption movement that takes place inside and outside the national territory.”
In a statement, Rosa García, William Terrero, José González, José Díaz and Eugenio de la Cruz asked the participants to wear the Dominican and Green flags and donning green garments, which identifies the grassroots movement.