The new governor of Puerto Rico will strengthen ties with the Dominican Republic


The new governor of Puerto Rico, Pedro Pierluisi, announced that he would strengthen ties with the Dominican Republic as one of the main objectives of the mandate that begins this Saturday. After being sworn in as the new head of the Puerto Rican Executive in the Supreme Court, Pierluisi participated in the inauguration ceremony as the twelfth governor in the Capitol, San Juan’s legislative seat; he announced his priority concerning the Republic Dominican. Pierluisi’s words were heard in person by the Dominican President, Luis Abinader, the only foreign government head to attend the ceremony. “We are going to strengthen ties with the Dominican Republic,” said Pierluisi, who prevailed in the elections held on November 3 against the candidate of the opposition Popular Democratic Party (PPD), Carlos Delgado, with 372,611 votes […]

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Dominican Police wage hike starts in January

Santo Domingo.– This month the members of the National Police will begin to receive their salary increase, which ranges from 10% to 40%, with the highest percentage being the salaries of those of lower rank. A private who previously earned RD$10,150.42 will now earn RD$14,210.59; a corporal who received RD$11,600.38 […]