Danilo did not attend the PLD Act to commemorate Juan Bosch

Danilo did not attend the PLD Act to commemorate Juan Bosch

Santo Domingo, RD.

The former President of the Republic, Danilo Medina, was the biggest absentee during the operation carried out by the Dominican Liberation Party to commemorate the 112th anniversary of the birth of Professor Juan Bosch on Wednesday.

At the ceremony in the National House of the Purple Party, which Bush founded in December 1973, the Secretary-General of the Democratic Liberation Party, Charlie Mariotti, spoke, who further indicated the absence of a city, who is the head of the political entity.

The party authorities did not disclose an official reason for the absence of the former president.

Bush was born on June 30, 1909 and died on November 1, 2001 at the age of 92.

The commemoration of Bush and Medina’s non-attendance occurred in the middle of “Operation Medusa” led by the Special Prosecutor’s Office against Administrative Corruption (BIPCA), which is being held and awaits knowledge of the defendants’ coercion. Former attorney general and member of the Central Committee of the Democratic Liberation Party, Jean-Alain Rodriguez.

It was the custom of the former president not to reveal himself to the media during operations carried out by the Public Prosecution Office that implicated former officials in his government.

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