He presidential hopeful of the Republic for the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD)Abel Martinez, accused this Saturday the government of the president, Luis Abinader, of harming national production, while criticizing the defense position assumed by the president of the country’s rice growers.
Martínez assured that during this management is when “More damage has been done to national production”, he also reiterated that the Government has failed in terms of citizen security, the use of resources of 4% of GDP for education, among others.
Martínez dispatched these statements during a meeting with members of the formerly ruling party in the Santo Domingo Este municipality, in which he took the opportunity to downplay the constant resignation of leaders of that organization.
The virtual purple candidate for the presidency also toured other sectors of the National District such as Los Ríos, La Puya de Arroyo and Cristo Rey, among others. During these tours, the mayor of Santiago also expressed that “listening to them is essential to be able to feel first-hand the hardships they are going through and together be able to create the conditions that guarantee the stability and development of each sector.”
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“I only ask that we work hard. Do not lose hope because together we will get this bad government out of the palace in 2024, because it is a government that does not care about the people and that is more concerned with giving a pickaxe to a private project than seeking solutions to serious problems. problems that affect the middle class and the poor class of our country”, said Abel.
Abel Martínez was accompanied by the members of the Political Committee, Alejandrina Germán, Gustavo Sánchez, Radamés Segura, Domingo Contreras, Andrés Navarro and José Dantés, as well as the Elías Cornelio, president of the 2nd constituency of the National District, Dr. Rafael Sánchez Cárdenas , among dozens of members of the Central Committee, presidents of intermediate and base party committees.