National Palace increasingly aloof for journalists


Santo Domingo.-The lack of coordination, restriction of information and access in the National Palace increasingly evident and harmful for journalists who cover that source. Local media report that as the days go by, the restriction of access to activities carried out by the Presidency or the vice-presidency, as well as the practice of not providing information on the meetings and visits to Luis Abinader and Raquel Peña, is increasing. The Palace Communication staff only says “it is a private activity”, which begs the question: are the National Palace and the Presidency private? “To cite an example of the most recent cases, it can be mentioned that last Friday, September 11, the meeting of President Abinader with the tourism cabinet and the National Association of Hotels and Restaurants (Asonahores) was not […]

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