Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM) at the XXII Extraordinary National Convention to be held on Sunday, October 22, 2023 Announces and approves coalition agreements with other parties, groups and political movementsIt is already known that the ruling party is proposing a coalition that cuts across 17 political organizations.
There are some parties in the list Worked with PRM in 2020 elections And its key leaders are part of the government.
Similarly, organizations such as the Social Christian Reform Party (PRSC), which were PRM’s allies in the 2020 elections, Currently they are negotiating to continue the alliance.
The Reform Party joined the ruling party in support of the Central Election Commission (JCE) resolution on 20% reservation. Resolution revised by Election Commission.
Other potential allies of the PRM in the 2024 elections They joined the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD) in the 2020 elections. These are Movement for Alternative Democracy (MODA); Christian Democratic Union (UTC) led by Luis Acosta Moreta, “El Gallo”; Liberal Action Party (PAL) and Civic Renovator (PCR).
Additional negotiations are being held with National Party of Civilian Veterans (PNVC); Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), directed by Trajano Santana; The Liberal Reform Party (PLR), led by Onavel and Carina Aristi, children of Amable Aristi Castro.
Dominicans head the list released by Andrés Bautista, chairman of the BRM Alliance Management Commission. El Cambio (DxC), led by Senator Eduardo Estrella and President of the Republican Senate. Labor Minister Luis Miguel de Camps led by the Revolutionary Social Democratic Party (PRSD).
It was followed by the Dominican Humanist Party (PHD), headed by the current director of the General Directorate Community Development (DGDC), Electido Paula. Ramon Emilio Coriz is also deputy of the Central American Parliament (Parlacen) in this political organization.
A possible country party led by the Director of Southern Electricity Distribution Company (Edesure), Milton Morrison. The Dominica Green Party (PVT), led by Antolin Polanco, who serves as President of the National Council on Population and Family Alliance for the Democratic Party (APD)Chaired by Max Puig, President of the National Council on Climate Change.
He too People First Party, led by Antonio MarteA senator from Santiago Rodriguez and a member of the legislature, he supports initiatives sent by the executive branch.
Finally there is Social justice led by Julio Cesar Valente, Former Senator of Santiago.
This alliance is fronted by the so-called “Opposition Front”, a structure led by José Francisco Pena Guaba in the Fuerza del Pueblo party. It is not known which parties will join hands in the local elections and 2024 President.
Fuerza del Pueblo joined the PRM 2020 municipal elections.
After Lionel Fernández, the head of this political body, promised not to rule out an alliance with the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD), He denied that he was talking about joining the purple party electionThis after Abel Martínez refused any offer according to Fuerza del Pueblo.