Abhinat administered the oath to the cabinet members.
Santo Domingo, Apr. 25.- President Luis Abinader created this Tuesday a decentralization cabinet that will “strengthen” skills, professionalism and resources in local governments, so that the “well-being” of citizens is managed “closer to”. .
According to Palacio’s statement, Abinador administered the oath of office to the members of the cabinet, which was intended to strengthen the government’s response capacity in the regions and affect the quality of life of Dominican families.
The Decentralization Cabinet was created pursuant to Article 204 of the Constitution, which promotes the transfer of powers and resources to local governments, including a municipal land tenure program organized by the Dominican Municipal League.
“Families who have been tenants of municipal lots for generations (…) will become its owners or owners. Their claims that have been forgotten for decades will be settled,” the ruler promised, under the title plan.
Likewise, 2,000 million pesos for this year have already been transferred to the Dominican Municipal League (LMD), 1,500 of which are in the bidding process to start the asphalt project, and 500 million to “strengthen” and continue. Infrastructural construction program and “encouraging” the needs of local governments.
A decentralization cabinet will be formed by Public Administration Minister Dario Castillo; President of the Dominican Municipal League (LMD), Victor D’Aza, Legal Counsel of the Administrative Authority, Antoliano Peralta; Director of Ethics and Government Integrity, Milagros Ortiz Bosch and Executive Vice President of Institution and Justice Foundation, Servio Tulio Castanos.EFE