If Gonzalo had been president of the Republic, he would not have been responsible for the PLD, says Danilo

After taking over as the new leader of the Dominican Liberation Party, former President Danilo Medina said that the organization was going to lose power and that if Gonzalo Castillo had been elected president, he would not have accepted the post.

He explained that the organization needed the support of all and that they should take responsibility for the work they do in the party over the next few years. “Trust colleagues for future election victories.

Medina cites the role of the PLD in “building a new Dominican Republic”, citing poverty reduction, illiteracy, reduction of classrooms, hospitals and more. “PLD changed the Dominican Republic in its exercise of power and many expect it …”

After assuming office as president of the party founded by Professor Juan Bosch, after ruling the country for 8 years after the election defeat, Medina praised the work of DeMostocles Montes as interim president, and the work of Reynold Parade Perez, who was appointed secretary general of the Adv.

In the election of the new General Secretary, the position they want Ruben Pichara, Andres Navarro and Charles Marioti, The new leader of the PLD said that “these processes are won and lost” and that in politics, jobs are never lost, which is accumulating for the second and third time.

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