Former President Danilo Medina today criticized the situation in the country, saying that the progress and social development for which he was directed during their governments is underway.
He said that within a few months of the current administration, residents are facing great difficulties that make them look to manage PLD, because as the saying goes, “You don’t know what you have until you lose it.”
In this sense, Medina said that this organization is directing all efforts to renew itself in order to return to power by 2024.
With this aim, he said, the Ninth Ordinary Congress was held by José Joaquín Bedo Medina, through which he confirmed that they would make a quantum leap, in terms of renewal, “to continue leading the country on the path of progress and stalled social development. At these moments.”
“In the PLD, times of being in privileged positions have ended without paying for corresponding political work. And homelessness has ended,” predicting the end of the “inorganic” leader.
He announced that on June 1, the transformation of the PLD organic structure begins, after verification of the basic committees and intermediary committees, after which political leaders will be selected in all the delineation of state and provincial borders abroad. “To have a renewable structure with the ability and the call to action,” Medina said.
The former president spoke at the swearing-in ceremony of the Committees of the National Provincial Administration and the Province of Santo Domingo, chaired by members of the Political Committee Francisco Javier Garcia and Cristina Lizzardo respectively.
At the end of his speech, former President Danilo Medina invited the leaders present to visit neighbors, close relatives and friends to remind him of the work of the PLD government in which poverty levels among the population had been exceeded, which was manifested in the high internal GDP ratio.
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