Spokesmen for the Dominican Liberation Front (PLD) Assembly constituencies will be one of the topics discussed at the organisation’s political committee meeting, which began just after 10:30 a.m. Monday.
“You know August 16 is the date for the election of new directors at the congressional level, and then the PLD will elect a spokesman for the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies, something they will touch on today,” commented Hector Olivo, the former ruling party’s communications director.
Gustavo Sanchez is currently the Speaker of the House of Commons and his opponent in the Senate is Juan Lorenzo.
They will elect deputy secretaries
The main reason for the meeting called this Monday was the election of 35 deputy secretaries from the 39 secretariats that make up the structure of the PLD.
Elections are held electronically, for which they have 45 automatic voting teams. Up to 10 deputy secretaries will be elected for each secretary, and each member of the political committee can choose up to 20 candidates on their screen.
The secretariats of the organization, electoral affairs, Dominican overseas and information and communication technologies do not participate in this process because they are the so-called Commission for Coordinating the Organization and Electoral Fort. Process. The Deputy Secretaries will be selected at the end of the organizational and current process.
The meeting was attended by 42 of the 45 members of the former official party’s political committee, led by former Republican President Danilo Medina; Former vice president, Margarita Sedeno de Fernandez; The party’s former presidential candidate Gonzalo Castillo; Former leader of the party Demostogles Montas; Charlie Mariotti, the party’s current general secretary; Among others.
Francisco Javier Garcia, Ruben Toyota and Tommy Cullen were not, according to Olivo, all of whom presented their legitimate excuses.