La oposición dispuesta a colaborar con Gobierno tras daños por Fiona

The opposition willing to collaborate with the Government after damage by Fiona

Santo Domingo.-During a meeting this Thursday with the president Louis Abinaderthe opposition parties were willing to collaborate with the Government in the recovery of the areas affected by Hurricane Fiona after it passed through the country on Monday, causing great damage in the eastern provinces and some in the northeast of the Dominican Republic.

In this regard, Radhamés Segura, representative of the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD), indicated that this organization favors any measure that “benefits those most in need.”

“In those temperaments we have seen that the President of the Republic in the presentation he has made, it is seen that there have been a series of measures and the PLD made itself available to the Government as to what if it needs the support of technicians or of experienced people within the party, then we can collaborate from that point of view, “said Segura.

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While Pedro Pablo Díaz, representing former President Leonel Fernández and the Fuerza del Pueblo (FP) party, said that opposition entity also made its technicians available to the Government.

“The president of our party, comrade Leonel Fernández, has ordered that all his active forces be made available to the communities to somehow help and mitigate the situation in those four provinces,” said Díaz, Secretary of Urban Planning and Housing of FP.

For his part, the secretary general of the Christian Social Reformist Party (PRSC), Ramón Rogelio Genao, who showed his party’s agreement with the measures taken by Abinader.

“We militantly join that call, if what is at stake is the quality of life of Dominicans and providing help to the affected population, we must all participate. There are some allocations that the Government has been making adjustments in financial terms, which will be needed and in direct operations in the territories, not only to respond; if not in giving a quick and immediate response, ”said the also senator for the province of La Vega.

Genao indicated that the Government presented future policies that will help mitigate situations that occur, since it must be accepted that the country “is on a critical cyclonic path.”

The meeting took place in the Green Room of the National Palace, and lasted about two hours, where Abinader offered a detailed summary of the policies he has been using to the more than 10 political parties, both from the opposition and allies of the Government.

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