Ray Guevara: the people will defend the Constitution

Ray Guevara: the people will defend the Constitution

The president of constitutional Court (CT), Milton Ray Guevaraproclaimed this Thursday the “incorruptibility of the Dominican nationality” and the constitutional values ​​that sustain it, under the supervision of the Magna Carta carried out by said High Court.

Referring to the recent celebration of the 57th anniversary of the April War, Ray Guevara expressed his certainty “that the Dominican Republic is eternal, will be eternal and that the Dominican nationality will be eternal, and that this people will defend the Constitution as many times as it has to be defended, even with their own lives.”

Thus he spoke before distinguished members of the judiciary, civil and military officials, members of the legal community, TC servers and students who attended the publication of three new works edited by the court he presides over.

According to a press release, the president of the TC said that the date of presentation of these publications was chosen to commemorate the proclamation of the Constitution liberal revolution of April 29, 1963 and the constitutionalist revolution of April 24, 1965.

“The essential elements of that 1963 Constitution survive in the current Constitution, and that is sad and embarrassing, that we still do not have those complementary laws that the Constitution mandates. We love it so much, however, we do not want the complementary laws”lamented Ray Guevara.

The Dominican Republic has the great virtue of being the scene of the most beautiful revolution in the Americas, affirmed the president of the TC. “What is beautiful is ethical, what is beautiful is glorious, what is beautiful is exemplary. And what better example and what greater proof of political ethics than fighting for the return to constitutionality without elections and the validity once again of the Constitution of April 29, 1963”.

Dr. Ray Guevara assured that these elements of the Constitution of 1963 “survive in the Constitution are guarded as the most valuable democratic treasure by the most genuine of their sentinels: the constitutional Court”.

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