Lawyers from the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD) and the Dominican Revolutionary Party (PRD) on Monday signed a political union agreement for the Dominican Republic bar elections, which will be held on December 2.
In a meeting with journalists, human rights activists from both parties concluded the agreement with the aim of presenting candidates capable of leading the unions and the country.
Juan José Zapata rejected his aspirations, thus enabling him to unite the two parties in nominating Diego José García, the candidate of the Legal Dignity Movement for the Democratic Liberation Party.
“With this nomination as the Party of the Democratic Revolution, we are once again betting with the PLD on the awareness and security that together, with the support of the entire union at the national level, we will set the tone again on December 2 for the resumption of the management of the college. Lawyers,” said lawyer and political leader Yanet Camilo.
Architect Adolfo Cedeño, representative of the Movement of Retired Lawyers of the National Police and Armed Forces, and the Movement of Christian Lawyers, in addition to human rights activists from various parts of the country, were present as witnesses to this agreement.
According to the lawyers, this agreement will ensure that the Bar Association has a policy of continuous and permanent support for legal professionals in the country, as well as representation from the Bar.
The decision includes unified participation in the coalition for next December’s elections, within the legal movements called “Legal Dignity and Institutional Legal Unity.”