Ana Morun takes office as the new executive president of Conani
Ana Morun takes office as the new executive president of Conani

Santo Domingo – The lawyer Ana Cecilia Morun Solano was sworn in on Tuesday as the new executive president of the National Council for Children and Adolescents (Conani).

This, in an act headed by the legal consultant of the Executive Power, Antoliano Peralta Romero, in compliance with decree 623-21 issued yesterday by President Luis Abinader.

During the swearing-in ceremony, Antoliano Peralta made reference to the management of Paula Disla, highlighting her capacity and sensitivity on the issue of childhood.

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“This is a lucky institution because today it fires Paula, and another player from the same lineage and from the major leagues enters, my friend Ana Morun, who is also an experienced lawyer and with an interest in the issue of childhood,” he said.

Paula Disla, outgoing executive president, said she was grateful for the opportunity that President Luis Abinader gave her to present to Dominican society a management program with a sense of social justice and respect for children and adolescents.

He pointed out that it bequeaths a policy for the care and prevention of teenage pregnancies, a society free of child marriage and a strengthened cabinet for childhood and adolescence. “I found a dull and invisible Conani and today he is a reference, colorful and encouraging instance,” said Disla.

Upon being sworn in, Morum Solano thanked President Luis Abinader for the trust placed in her and explained that the area of ​​childhood is not alien to her.

“From 2002 to 2004 I worked on behalf of the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic in the drafting of the project that would eventually become Law 136-03 that creates the Code for the Protection System and Fundamental Rights of Boys, Girls and Adolescents, whose full compliance is the responsibility of Conani ”, he said.

Solano invited the key sectors of the Protection System and society in general to join forces to mitigate the vulnerabilities of children and adolescents.

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