Former President Danilo Medina returned to the country after making a trip to Miami, United States, motivated by medical check-ups and family matters.
Medina arrived at the Isabela International Airport at 2:41 in the afternoon on a private flight in a discreet manner.
When the press teams positioned themselves at the door where the PLD president would come out, the former president’s security team moved to the airstrip to evade the reporters.
In addition to Medina, several more people were seen getting off the plane. However, there has yet to be a confirmation of who they were.
The former president arrives in the country when the Calamar case is being carried out, an alleged network of corruption involving three former ministers of his government and 17 other people, most former officials.
In the case, former Ministers of Public Works, Finance and Administration of the Presidency, Gonzalo Castillo, Donald Guerrero, and José Ramón Peralta, respectively, and others accused of an act of corruption appear as accused.
Also, the former Comptroller General of the Republic, Daniel Omar Caamaño; the former director of the State Sugar Council (CEA), Luis Miguel Piccirilo; former director of the National Cadastre, Claudio Silver Peña, the lawyer Ángel Lockward and the former directors of Casinos and Gambling, Oscar Chalas Guerrero and Julián Omar Fernández.
Likewise, Roberto Santiago Moquete, Agustín Mejía Ávila, Emir Fernández de Paola, Marcial Reyes, Alejandro Constanzo, Yahaira Brito Encarnación, Ana Linda Fernández, Aldo Antonio Gerbasi, Ramón David Hernández, Víctor Matías Encarnación and Rafael Parmenio Rodríguez Encarnación.