The Asociación Agropecuaria y Pesquera de la Provincia La Altagracia (ASOAGROPPLA) denounced that people outside the institution have allegedly invaded a project for the development of tilapia, sheep-goats and other agricultural rubles.
They expressed, through a press release, that people carrying knives invaded the project last October, located in the El Gran Peñón de Cumayasa community in San Pedro de Macorís, which was already advanced in terms of execution and lifting. .
They pointed out that, as an organization, they have taken legal steps to subjugate these people, whose survey work has been carried out for more than three years by the members, whose enrollment exceeds 150 people.
“Our association comes to make the complaint and make public the great fraud and breach of trust carried out in the project to be developed by our ASOAGROPPLA and that within our spirit as a legal organization is taking the steps and legal proceedings with the institutions of the state that have to do with these lands, in this case the CEA, with a lease to develop our project for tilapia, sheep and goats, and other agricultural areas,” the statement stated.
They maintain that the “band of invaders” today wants to winnow the effort and sacrifice of hundreds of men and women who for years have invested their money to develop a project that will benefit everyone and that now only these two are profiting individually. people.
“We ask the competent authorities to carry out the will desired by President Luis Abinader to put all corners of the country to produce food that is the desire of the more than 250 families who live together through our cooperative and association”, indicates the note.
They indicate that they support the efforts of the General Director of Land Preservation and Recovery of the CEA, retired General Bienvenido D’Oleo Moreta; to the Presidential Commission for the Recovery of State Land, as well as to the Dominican Agrarian Institute (IAD), through its regional manager Julio Guerrero, for his statement in defense of order and respect for state land and private property.