Hippolito says Dominican society is in a gradual decline

Hippolito says Dominican society is in a gradual decline

Santo Domingo, RD.

Former President Hipolito Mejia considered that Dominican society had been suffering from a gradual deterioration for years.

Mejia’s assessment came after questions from journalists about whether the country’s military lands should be cleared after the case of Operation Al-Murjan, which the Public Prosecutor’s Office brought to justice.

Mejia said that civil society, journalists and agronomists must be purged … “This is not just the guards, it is Dominican society, it is Dominican society that has been suffering from gradual decline for many years, this is not a game.” Said former President Mejia in the foyer of the National Palace where he went this morning.

Determined by the journalists ’insistence on assessing the Choral process, he said justice should be expected. “This is a problem of justice,” he said.

When asked if the political persecution was against the previous government, he requested to ask the Prosecutor General of the Republic, Miriam Germain Britto. “What I know is agriculture,” said the former president.

Former President Mejia was also asked about the statement by Danilo Medina, who is also a former president of the country, who said that there are no reasons why the Dominican Liberation Party should not win the 2024 elections.

“I think the capsule has been removed from Danilo,” he said.

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