SANTO DOMINGO. – The Dominican Federation of Karate (FEDOKARATE) celebrated its Electoral Assembly last Sunday, where it was reelected as President José Luis Ramírez, for four more years, to head the only plate that was named, “Professor Alberto Soriano”.
After concluding the process that lasted 60 minutes, the president of the COD, Luis Mejía, took the oath to the board of FEDOKARATE and urged them to continue working hard in favor of their discipline and sport in general.
For his part, Ramírez proclaimed that this group of men and women will continue to give the country triumphs and to train competent young people for society.
Ramírez could not avoid the excitement and tears came down his face as he remembered the incident where he was shot, in the middle of a tournament, and the consequences that that has left him in his speech.
The Assembly took place in the Karate Pavilion with the presence of all the affiliated associations (24) that gave their yes to the Executive Committee, since it was a single iron.
Ramírez and the Executive Committee will be in charge of FEDOKARATE for the 2019-2023 period. The associations with voice and vote were summoned in the Olympic Center Combat Pavilion.
Karate has been one of the most outstanding fighting sports, with quality medals, that the country has had in the last Olympic cycles. He received the congratulations of all present.
The iron is completed, Antonio Volquez, vice president; 2nd. Vice President, Manuel Coronado; Secretary General, Ramón Presinal; treasurer, Carlos Gómez; in organization, Severiano Rosa; in discipline, Merry Campusan Mars and in the vocalistas Ramón Emilio Zabala and Ana Montilla.
The electoral commission was chaired by Nelson Ramírez, William Ozuna, secretary and Rolando Guante, member; Dr. Neftali Santana was a notary.
The Associations with voice and vote were Azua, Barahona, Bahoruco, Elías Piña, San Cristóbal, Ocoa, San Juan de la Maguana, Monte Plata, Higüey, La Romana, San Pedro de Macoris, Bonao, La Vega, Santiago, Puerto Plata, Mao, Moca, Sisters. Mirabal, Cotuí, San Francisco de Macorís, Nagua, Samaná, Santo Domingo Province and the National District.