José Ignacio Paliza swears in 23 former PRD deputies

Santo Domingo.– The president of Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM)), Jose Ignacio Paliza, oath this Saturday to 23 former deputies of the Dominican Revolutionary Party (PRD) who become part of the political organization.

Among the sworn in are Aquile Ledezma, Luis Enrique Castillo Ogando, Aníbal Rosario Ramírez, Octavia A. Medina, Huraldo Mesa Velásquez, María Cándida Sánchez, David Herrera Díaz, Aníbal Sánchez Santos, Aciris M. Medina Báez, Noé Marmolejos Mercedes, Juan of Jesus de Leon Contreras.

Likewise, Virgilio Merán Valenzuela, Federico Rosario Montero, Virgilio M. González Vásquez, Wagner Manuel José Mosquea, María de Dios Martínez de León, Pedro Carreras, Luis Simón Terrero Carvajal, Manuel Enrique Rodríguez Solís, Juan Roque Jerez Vásquez, Salomón García Ureña, Carlos Borromeo Terrero Reyes and Natividad Ramírez Montero.

This approach in search of the reunification of the “Peñagomista” family, began several months ago at the initiative of a group of former legislators, including Radhamés González, general director of the Metropolitan Office of Bus Services (OMSA).

The PRM president told the political leaders that “Your house welcomes you with open doors to work together for the management of President Luis Abinader«.

“Abinader is the head of this home, and we are working so that the destinies of this country go well, and you are a fundamental part of continuing to change,” Paliza said.

Carolina Mejía, general secretary of the Modern Revolutionary Party, was at the swearing-in ceremony.

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