Local February 15, 2023 | 10:01 am

Carlos Peña asks Abinader to govern for the Dominicans and forget the globalist agenda

Carlos Peña, the presidential candidate for the Generation of Servers Party, GenS, has asked President Luis Abinader to begin governing for Dominicans and to step aside and forget about the globalist agenda that international organizations intend to impose on the Dominican Republic at the expense of our traditional values, culture, language, and even our own identity.

Carlos Peña, accompanied by leaders of the Generation of Servers Party, GenS, stated at a press conference that the Trafficking in Persons bill is one of the largest manifestations of treason against the Dominican homeland made by any government in republican history, and that its withdrawal must be definitive, and that a proposal of such a treasonous dimension should never return to the National Congress.

Similarly, he urged President Luis Abinader and his administration to stop making “sweet water speeches” in international and local forums and instead carry out massive, daily, and permanent deportations of illegal Haitian immigrants, in order to put pressure on the international community to intervene in the Haitian crisis with real and forceful actions.


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Paul Tierney
February 15, 2023 10:46 am

Without the international organizations the RD would be in a hole difficult to get out of, Look at Venezuela and Myanmar, see what has happened to them with their non global agendas. Isolationist policies do not work in today’s shrinking world.

Last edited 1 year ago by Paul Tierney
February 15, 2023 11:13 am
Reply to  Paul Tierney

Agreed. Happens here in the US every 4 years also. Nothing fires up the base more than blame the then-current government for pandering to “globalist/foreign agenda”.

Alberto Gomez
February 15, 2023 11:15 am
Reply to  Paul Tierney

Well it’s not working for Haiti? If Haiti is a country. We are tired of helping people who are ungrateful towards Dominicans. I think they should help themselves out , let them figure it out and the international community should stop picking on the Dominican Republic .

February 16, 2023 1:17 pm
Reply to  Alberto Gomez

Spoken like a true isolationist, without foreign investment DR will Sink further into poverty. This “political party” sounds like a far right extremist party driven by racism and conspiracies. It sounds like today’s Republican party under Trump, isolationist and extreme, a toxic mix.

Alberto Gomez
February 16, 2023 2:05 pm
Reply to  Rich

Well , there’s 2 million Dominicans abroad, besides Dominican Republic doesn’t get much benefit being next Haiti. Dominican Republic would get better benefits if Haiti was stable, but it seems you are a Haitian apologist.