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PN and Ombudsman present Animated Constitution

Santo Domingo.- The National Police and the Ombudsman presented this weekend the Animated Constitution, to hundreds of boys and girls, children of members of the Specialized Directorate of the School Police, in a ceremony held in the auditorium of the Plaza Educational (Old Duarte Camp).

Speaking at the event, the director of the School Police, Colonel Eddy Michel Madé Montilla, thanked the Ombudsman, Pablo Ulloa, for this initiative, which he said is an educational strategy to instruct children in their human rights. fundamental and other constitutional precepts that make up the Magna Carta.

“You boys and girls, are our hopes so that the necessary transformations for citizen security can be consolidated, which is nothing more than the guarantee of the exercise of the rights of people in society,” said Colonel Madé Montilla.

The Animated Constitution is a tool of understanding to promote the rights of boys and girls from 7 to 13 years old, together with their parents and teachers.

While the Ombudsman, Pablo Ulloa, explained that the Animated Constitution aims to educate and promote the fundamental rights of people as well as promote the construction of responsible citizenship.

“We have prepared three guides, a guide for teachers, a guide for the family and a guide for you, my boys and girls, because that is what being able to build something that the Constitution says is called a social, democratic and legal state”, explained the head of the Ombudsman.

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At the end of the activity, the children exchanged ideas and questions about the video they saw about the civic education tools of the Animated Constitution, where they all received gifts about the Magna Carta as a prize and when they came out, sweets and soft drinks.

PN and Ombudsman present Animated Constitution

The event was attended by the head of the General Directorate of Primary Education, Mr. Policarpio Sánchez, who was on behalf of the Minister of Education, Ángel Hernández; the deputy director of the School Police, Colonel Gabriel Calzado García, as well as Roberto Quiroz, first substitute for the Ombudsman, among others.

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