Warnings to the Dominican President about corruptions

Santo Domingo.- The Vice-president Executive of the prestigious Institutionalism and Justice Foundation Tuesday warned president Leonel Fernandez to place attention on the acts of corruption taking place in his Administration.

Servio Tulio Castaños said what’s happening in some government agencies is incredible, and mentioned the latest corruption scandals in the Blackout Reduction Program (PRA) and the Technical Land Transport Office (OTTT).

The Finjus executive, interviewed in the Channel 4 program “Afternoon Court” by Julio Martinez Pozo, Dionisio Santana and Mildred Charlot, said more attention must be paid to the corruption taking place in government agencies.

Fernandez, who’s first term in office (1996-2000) stood out for the lack of scandals, has seen his prestige falter from the numerous scandals that have dogged his second (2004-2008) and current terms. Source DominicanToday

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