Local February 12, 2023 | 10:30 am

Political mobilizations continue this weekend

Santo Domingo, DR
This weekend several political organizations have summoned their affiliates in different areas of the country to attend swearing-in activities, rallies, meetings, and others.

The first to hold an activity was the Modern Revolutionary Party, through its “+Cambio” movement, led by Freddy Fernandez, which brought together thousands of supporters at the Sports Palace, where they called for four more years in office for the president, Luis Abinader.

Likewise, during the activity, the movement swore in several leaders who belonged to other political entities, such as the People’s Force and the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD).

The latter, with its aspirant to the candidacy of the purple party, Abel Martinez, held a meeting this Saturday in the province of Sanchez Ramirez.

Martinez toured the province, where he met with agricultural producers, listening to their “demands” for better conditions for their work.

“For me politics is listening, and in every meeting I have had with peasants, with farmers, with drivers, with young professionals, in all of them I feel the hopelessness of a government that only works for the elites, that is why I want to give them a message of hope that when I get to the National Palace I will work tirelessly to turn the government in favor of the people, that is my commitment,” expressed Abel.

Meanwhile, the People’s Force party announced for this Sunday a convocation in Santo Domingo Norte, which will be headed by its president, Leonel Fernández.

According to the call, Fernández will swear in, around 11:00 am, former members of the Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM) and other political entities.

On the other hand, for this Sunday, the Liberal Reformist Party (PLR), founded by the late Amable Aristy Castro, called for an Extraordinary National Convention.

The convention will be held this Sunday in a hotel in the capital. It will have on its agenda several aspects, such as the modification of some statutes and the election of authorities.

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Paul Tierney
February 13, 2023 9:13 am

This political craziness really should not begin until one year before an election. As of now the public will have to put up with the limitless activities of politicians and their fanatics to include, annoying caravans, high volume speaker vans/cars/trucks, streets shut down for noisy rallies, free beer, violence, streets being paved, food giveaways, concerts, countless ribbon cutting events, and lots of long hot-winded promises to be forgotten after elections.

Welcome to RD politics.