The president of the country, Luis Abinader, announced this Wednesday that in the next few days the reform proposals will be presented to the Accounts Chamber, the Comptroller General and the Procurement and Contracting System.
Abinader offered the information in the second round of dialogue between the Government, the parties and the social sectors, called by the president and organized by the Economic and Social Council (CES).
The president assured, however, that the reforms to these organizations “will not be an imposition” but “the result of a collective effort by the Dominican nation.”
Likewise, the president delivered at the CES the introductory document on the total of reforms that he has proposed and that, he assured, “are key” for the development of the country.
The meeting takes place at the convention center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The dialogue table aims to discuss a constitutional reform to establish the independence of the Public Ministry and other bodies, such as the Central Electoral Board (JCE).
It will also address possible reforms, such as tax, labor and education; as well as the Social Security and the National Police; and that which concerns the electricity, water, transport and hydrocarbon sectors, in addition to digital transformation.