EThe singer Héctor Acosta, the communicator Milagros Germán and the showman Bolívar Valera were three of the figures of art, communication and entertainment who complied with the affidavit of assets, as required by law for congressmen and public officials.
Yesterday, LISTÍN DIARIO announced that the communicator and deputy Bolívar Valera “El Boli” declared assets before the Chamber of Accounts of the Republic for about 20 million pesos.
The producer and congressman declared that he owns two apartments, one for 2.9 million pesos and another valued at 160 thousand dollars.
He also reported two vehicles: a SUV worth about $ 79,000 and a car worth $ 13,000.
In furniture and electrical appliances, Valera owns about 2.7 million pesos. While in two bank accounts he has about 45 thousand pesos.
The capital invested in companies is 150 thousand pesos. Among the liabilities of the deputy there is a debt of a personal loan of 160 thousand dollars, of which there remains 100 thousand dollars to pay, that is, about 5.8 million pesos.
To this are added the expenses for food, health, house maintenance, insurance payments, vacations and other expenses with an approximate value of 254 thousand pesos. This without counting about 9 million for insurance policies.
Valera’s salary in Congress is 175,000 pesos, plus the 167,000 for representation and dietary expenses, which he previously said he is going to donate to foundations.
According to the sworn statement of assets, deposited in the Chamber of Accounts and to which Listín Diario has obtained access, YouTube “El Boli” receives annually about 7.4 million pesos and from his Dominican Dream company about 30 thousand pesos per month .
The director of communications and spokesperson for the Presidency of the Republic, Milagros Germán, declared assets before the Chamber of Accounts for approximately 186 million pesos.
In her affidavit, she included an account in the United States for 9,000 thousand dollars and three local accounts for 142 thousand pesos.
He also added two financial certificates, one for 55 thousand dollars and another for 8.4 million pesos. In real estate, “La Diva” assets amount to 112 million with five apartments and a residence.
Home furnishings have a total of 5 million, while jewelry declared about 4 million and 4.3 million invested in paintings and works of art.
The capital invested in companies is 31 million, while accounts receivable is about 17 million pesos. Among the liabilities are two mortgage loans of which he owes 7.2 million and a commercial one in dollars that remains 100,000.
The singer Héctor Acosta, senator for the Monseñor Nouel province, declared assets for at least 85 million pesos in his sworn statement. He also declared an account in dollars in the United States for 43 thousand dollars and another local one for 437 thousand pesos.
In residences, his assets amount to 43 million pesos, while he has a farm valued at 14 million pesos and in three commercial premises they add 12 million pesos. Acosta and his wife, Eraleisy Vásquez, have two vehicles valued at 6 million pesos.
In jewelry it has 2.1 million and 830 thousand pesos invested in paintings, according to the report seen by Listín Diario.
In furniture, electrical appliances and other properties they have about 5 million pesos.
Among the liabilities is a mortgage loan of which he owes 17.5 million pesos and a personal one of 3.4 million.
To that are added the expenses for vacations, food, education, health, gym, taxes and other expenses with an approximate value of one million pesos per month.
This without counting about 10 million per annual insurance policies.
Héctor Acosta is one of the best merengueros and artists in Dominican history, especially in the area of bachata and merengue. Since August 16 he has been a senator of the Republic.
“El Torito”, as he is known, was born on May 23 in Bonao, represents the Monsignor Nouel province, which was won by the now ruling Dominican Revolutionary Party (PRM).