Soto Jiménez: Illegal immigration is swallowing the fruits of Dominican democracy
Former Defense Minister José Miguel Soto Jiménez considered that Dominicans must assume political participation to ensure the defense and sovereignty of the Dominican Republic. He said that the country, at no other time in its history, had received illegal migration from Haiti, as it is happening now. When participating in the conversation: Two Nations, Two Cultures, Cohabiting on an Island, sponsored by the law firm Avila Guilamo y Asociados, based in La Estancia Golf, in La Romana, where it was held, Soto Jiménez expressed that the country’s sovereignty depends on the responsibility that is assumed politically since it is not possible to continue turning our backs on the difficult situation we are facing in the face of massive illegal migration.
He argued that the fight for national sovereignty should be maintained and the interest of young people in politics should be strengthened. “The most serious of the crimes of what is happening in our country is that this illegal migration is swallowing the fruits of Dominican democracy, which has cost us so much pain and blood,” emphasized the former secretary of the Armed Forces. He assured us that a very dangerous element is the repeated international attempt to force us to violate our sovereignty. “All the conquests of our democracy have cost us a lot, we cannot continue giving up even one iota of what the founders of the Homeland conquered,” said Soto Jimenez.
From his point of view, the Dominicans must once again raise the cry of Capotillo and at this moment the way to do it is with a vote at the polls. He understands that no one can remain indifferent to this dangerous situation and that it is time to take responsibility. Soto Jiménez reiterated that the priority issue for the country and for the upcoming elections will be the great threats we face as a free and independent nation.
Haiti is a country without governance. The RD is the recipient of the collateral damage of Haiti and pays dearly for it. Because Haiti is experiencing a de facto civil war whose players, the gang and mafias actors, are fighting among themselves unopposed to gain whatever profit they can draw from the dust of a starved and frail country. It is said because gang warring is an “internal” country matter, international peace keeping organizations stand off. They do little other than to throw a dime and a candy bar at the people and express it is all they can do. The RD is ready to throw up its hands in disgust of the international response. The RD has been victimized by reason of the costly humanitarian aid it provides free to Haitians on the RD side of the border. It could be suggested the RD invading Haiti to fight whoever defies it would be the trigger bring in international peace keepers and aid of all types. The latter won’t happen !!!