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The former presidential candidate of the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD), Gonzalo Castillo, who after the 2020 elections has had a timid participation in public events, visited his former partner on the ticket to the Vice President of the Republic on Monday, Margarita Cedeno, who currently aspires to be the presidential candidate for her party.

This was reported by Cedeño on his Twitter account where he posted several photographs as a result of a meeting with members of the Political Committee of the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD), who accompanied Castillo.

“I received a pleasant visit from my friend and colleague, a member of the Political Committee of the PLD, Gonzalo Castillo, together with my colleagues from the Political Committee. Thank you for your suggestions, advice and support on the electoral process of October 16! ”, expressed the policy on her Twitter account.

Cedeño has the public support of leaders Melanio Paredes, Jaime David Fernández Mirabal, Armando García, Danilo Díaz, Cristina Lizardo, Pedro Vergés, Frank del Valle, among others.

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Gonzalo Castillo went to visit Margarita Cedeño along with other PLD leaders. (EXTERNAL SOURCE)

The politician, who was first lady in the last two periods of her ex-husband Leonel Fernández, vice president in the eight years of Danilo Medina’s administration and aspiring to repeat this position with Gonzalo Castillo In 2020, she has expressed her desire to become the first president of the Dominican Republic, with a projection to the electoral battle of 2024, but before that, she must go through internal processes of her party.

The member of the Political Committee is preparing, like her colleagues who want to be candidates for the Presidency, for the contest.

In addition to her, Francisco Domínguez Brito, Maritza Hernández, Abel Martínez, Karen Ricardo and Luis de León aspire.

The Applicant Consultation of PLD It will take place on October 16.

That day, the purple organization hopes to choose its most outstanding candidate for the primary process to be held in 2023, according to the electoral calendar.

Dominican journalist and broadcaster.

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