The parties and their leaders continue their activism this weekend

The parties and their leaders continue their activism this weekend

The People’s Force Party and its allies reported that they changed the format of an activity that they had scheduled for tomorrow.

Politicians will be in the streets this weekend. The Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM) announced for today the swearing in of former members of other parties who join the ranks of the organization, the People’s Force (FP) will lead another event tomorrow with several allied parties and the president of the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD), Danilo Medina will lead a swearing-in ceremony tomorrow in Bonao and the candidates for the presidential candidacy will be in different parts of the country.

The president of the PRM, José Ignacio Paliza, reported that politicians from other organizations who join the ranks of the official party will be sworn in today. The act will be in the La Mancha Hall of the Barceló Hotel.

Manuel Crespo, political delegate of FP before the Central Electoral Board (JCE), reported that on Sunday the management team of the Great National Alliance for Economic and Social Renewal (Ganaremos) will be presented, and the start of a conference will be announced. support from parties, movements and political groups.

For the PLD, while Medina will lead a swearing-in ceremony for new members in Bonao, the candidate for the presidential candidacy, Abel Martínez, reported that his structures in five provinces will be sworn in today and tomorrow, while Margarita Cedeño will tour several municipalities of Santiago and Bani.

On his side, Francisco Domínguez Brito is going to San José de las Matas in Santiago today and tomorrow he will go to Puerto Plata. The PLD has on the agenda to choose on October 16 of this year the candidate for the presidential candidacy that will be ratified in an assembly of delegates in 2023, when the law mandates that the candidates for popular election positions be officially chosen.

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