Sectors work in the shadows to abort Electricity Pact; top official
'In the shadows"
Santo Domingo.- Energy and Mines minister, Antonio Isa Conde, on Wed. defended the Electricity Pact and affirmed that “those behind boycott benefit from the disorder, who do not want clear rules and wish to be freelance.”
“In the shadow, in the silence and in the apparent indifference there are those who wager on the failure of the pact to maintain their status quo,” the official tweeted
Isa said some sectors “work lowly to abort the pact which abominate the changes in the electricity sector for fear of losing their share.”
The controversial pact was to be signed Dec. 21 but postponed for Jan., under claims that more commitment was needed from the political parties.