The president of the Fuerza del Pueblo, Leonel Fernández, criticized the actions of the current authorities against crime.
The former president of the Republic also said that “we have reached a moment that is out of the control of the authorities to put a stop to the different forms of crime,”
During an oath in Santo Domingo Este, Fernández assured that there have also been other ingredients that add to crime.
“Disappearances are a new ingredient of crime and delinquency in the country and we are not willing to continue. At Fuerza del Pueblo we are willing to collaborate to control crime together with community organizations and churches,” said the former president.
These statements were offered during the swearing in of the former deputy of the Republic María Gallard, along with leaders of various political parties.
In addition to Gallard, who was president of an Intermediate Committee of the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD), they joined the organization led by Leonel Fernández, Juan Rosario, former Municipal President of the Green Party; Carlos Manuel Pantaleón, until today general secretary of the Green Party in this demarcation; Confessor Rosario and Jessica Rosario, among other members of the said party.
The former middle leaders of the PLD who joined the People’s Force are Messrs. Iván Cedeño, Reynaldo Montilla and Santa Colapsa.
Also Alberto Concepción, from the Dominican Revolutionary Party (PRD); and Yaquelin Saldival Espinal, Municipal President of the Liberal Action Party (PAL), from today they are part of the FP.
The municipal finance secretary of the Alianza País party, Griselda García, is another of the leaders of political entities that join the FP.
In this context, the former deputy and past member of the Central Committee of the PLD, María Gallard, welcomed the initiative of the FP to integrate 21 women into the Political Directorate, which contributes to gender balance.
In the act where she was sworn in, Gallard launched harsh criticism of the inflationary spiral that the country is experiencing, “every day that passes we see how money is spent buying less,” said the former congresswoman.