Dominican army warns of public unrest after elections
DominicanToday.com - Armed Forces Minister Lieutenant General Pedro Rafael Peña Antonio confirmed yesterday that there was a plan to disrupt public order, and informed that troops had been deployed to strategic points across the country.

After heading a meeting with the high military command of the army’s Joint Operations Center, he announced the activation of Plan Jurón, designed at preventing political groups from carrying out activities that might disrupt the peace during this week.

He said that military intelligence reports received had indicated that some groups had plans to break the country’s stability through protests against the results of the last congressional and municipal elections. He said that patrol work was included in the activities of Plan Jurón and that these would continue for as long as necessary.

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