The former president of the Republic, Danilo Medina, affirmed this Wednesday that the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD) “is back,” after meeting with mayors and district directors of that political organization.
This was reported by the PLD through a statement, which also highlighted the work they have to carry out, in order to achieve their goals “for the party to shine and return to growth and stability in the country.”
According to the document, in the assembly fifteen of the councilors present presented their ideas and suggestions on the formation of the Councils of Aldermen and requesting the formality of a technical support from the leadership of the PLD.
During his presentation, the ex-president took the suggestion of a technical team to recall that in the 1980s the structuring of a commission of that nature was successful for the party, with the aim of advising and accompanying the municipalities.
Similarly, Medina urged that the municipalities create teams for the management of social networks, which defend their efforts and initiatives, and also serve to keep in touch with the PLD addresses in municipalities and provinces, which with the party reorganization, will be linked by a member of the Political Committee.
The former head of state also urged the mayors and directors present to remember “the respectful treatment that the government management of the Dominican Liberation Party offered to the councilors, regardless of political factions.”
What the mayors and directors said
Ramón Santos, who chairs the Federation of Municipal Districts, drew up recommendations in relation to the day of the Town Halls, which is next Saturday, the attitude of the mayors, mayors and directors to enforce the so-called Golden Rule of the Municipality.
Abel Martínez, mayor of Santiago, explained that the municipal structure of the PLD is the main political strength of that organization and invited his colleagues to cohabit with the councilors of the Building Councils and remain attentive to any action from the ruling party.