The PRM leaves registrations open

The PRM leaves registrations open

The governor Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM) left open the inscriptions during the beginning of its day of territorial mobilization of the National Growth Plan to attract one million 200 thousand new members and reach an enrollment of three million registered militants.

The leaders assigned to the tasks visited the different provinces and municipalities of the country to work in order to reach these figures.

In each territory, a member of the party’s Executive Directorate (commissioner) was appointed, who was accompanied by the provincial and municipal authorities of each demarcation.

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In the National District, Circumscription No. 1 were: Alberto Atallah and Elizabeth Mateo; in C.2 Víctor Bisonó; in the C.3 Eduardo Sanz Lovatón; in Santo Domingo Este, Wellington Arnaud, together with Adán Peguero and Bertico Santana; in Santo Domingo Oeste, Alfredo Pacheco and Máximo Perez; in Los Alcarrizos and Pedro Brand, Tony Peña; in Santo Domingo Norte, Felipe Suberví (Fellito) and in Boca Chica, Samuel Pereyra and Salvador Ramos.

In addition, in Monte Plata, Josefa Castillo and José Marte Piantini; in San Pedro de Macoris, Jesus Feris; in El Seibo, Jesus Vasquez; in the Altagracia province, Víctor Pichardo; in San Cristóbal, Jean Luis Rodríguez; in Peravia, Luis Valdez; in San José de Ocoa, Yadira Henríquez; in Azua, Neney Cabrera and in Barahona, Eddy de Jesús Olivares.

In Hato Mayor, Roberto Ángel Salcedo directed; in La Romana, Nelson Arroyo; San Juan, Rafael Salazar; in Elías Piña, Lia Santa de Díaz; in Independence, Edgar Felix; in Dajabón, Ricardo de los Santos; in Montecristi, Luis Delgado; in Santiago Rodríguez, Fernando Durán; in Valverde, Victor de Aza; In Santiago, Andrés Bautista; in Espaillat, Kelvin Cruz; in Sánchez Ramírez, Toñito Almonte; in Hermanas Mirabal, Rafael Santos Badía; in María Trinidad Sánchez, Adolfo Pérez; in Samaná, Ulises Rodríguez and Alexis Victoria. While, in Monsignor Nouel, there was Digna Reynoso; in Puerto Plata, Miguel Ceara Hatton, Igor Rodríguez and Anulfo Pascual and in Duarte province, Darío Castillo.

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