Complaints in various sectors of DR due to lack of electricity since Saturday


The COE reported in its newsletter at 11:00 noon today that a total of 16,586 users remained without electricity.   Residents of several sectors of the Santo Domingo Norte, La Caleta, Boca Chica, and Santo Domingo Este municipalities complain that they have had up to 72 hours without electricity, which was interrupted before the storm Laura entered the country, last Saturday. The residents of La 28 and San Felipe, of Villa Mella, in Santo Domingo Norte, say they are desperate because of the widespread “blackout” that has ruined the food in the fridge. In La 28 they held a protest yesterday afternoon, blocking traffic during rush hour. In San Felipe, from Villa Mella, the housewives Isamar Martínez, Marlenis Nuñez and Thairis Esmeralda Martínez, threatened to take to the streets to […]

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