Two days of mourning in Santo Domingo Norda for the death of evangelical spouses

The Santo Domingo Norde City Council Chapter 23 approved Resolution 23-21, declaring tomorrow, Monday, April 5, Tuesday, Tuesday, April 6, as a day of municipal mourning for the death of a pair of national preachers. Police agents in Villa Altacresia, Elisa Munoz and Joel Thias, who lived in the Costa Linda area of ​​Sabana Perdita.

The move was approved at an extraordinary session last Friday, and counted the positive votes of the 17 councilors who will form the chapter house of the town hall where that boundary was demarcated.

A committee of councilors was appointed to visit the families of the youth, and Jose Santana Morillo, regional director of the National Police, was asked to place the flag on half the staff in all divisions of the municipality. Pros of local government as a model for the implementation of the resolution declaring two days of municipal mourning.

On behalf of the Alderman Council, its chairman Desiderio Munos condemned the fact that the young couple had lost their lives, which was dedicated to carrying the word of God in the municipality and abroad, and unfortunately died at their hands. Of the policeman.

Carlos Guzman advocated for a refined national police force and demanded that those who choose to enter institutions should be permanently educated because not everyone has been given management training.

The death of the shepherds occurred last Tuesday night when the villa was returning from an awakening in the community of Altagracia, and police patrols detained him for firing indiscriminately on the vehicle in which they were traveling.

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