Dominica Republic’s solid waste law would be ready next week


The Minister of the Environment, Orlando Jorge Mera, informed yesterday during the cleaning day of the country’s beaches that this law would be ready as of next week     Santo Domingo, DR   After years of discussions and being stalled between the chambers and different commissions that make up the National Congress, the draft Law for the Comprehensive Management of Solid Waste Co-processing of the Dominican Republic left the hands of the Legislative Power at the end of July. It was sent to the Executive for future promulgation. The law was highly anticipated in the environmental sector, and the expectations indicated that it be promulgated in “brevity.” But President Danilo Medina, just one week after the end of his mandate, chose to return the referred bill to the Chamber […]

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Odebrecht US$94.0M graft case resumes today

Santo Domingo.- The Odebrecht US$94.0 million bribery case begins today a new stage in the jurisdiction with a totally renewed Attorney General’s Office (PGR) that has committed to strongly combat corruption. In this new context, Wilson Camacho, characterized as one of the most energetic prosecutors of the team that has […]