Dominican Public Works suspends fuel allocation and announces austerity plan


As part of the program of applying the transparency policy carried out in the institution, the Minister of Public Works, Deligne Ascención, instructed his subordinate officials that he must previously notify the initial meetings with contractors. The decision is contained in a communication addressed to the vice ministers, general directors, and departmental managers of the MOPC. “They are courteously informed that the initial meetings with the contractors of this institution must be notified in advance to the undersigned, to take the pertinent initiatives on them,” says Minister Ascención. Likewise, the official instructed to survey the inventory of all vehicles belonging to the MOPC to verify the current status of these and the dependencies to which they are assigned. Suspend fuel allocation Along the same lines, the MOPC’s General Directorate of […]

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