Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – After more than three hours waged in front of the National Congress, demonstrating against a possible amendment to the Constitution for presidential re-election, legislators and different youth associations withdrew and warned that early Tuesday they will return to “continue fighting. ”
He assured that there is “the full security that the Dominican people will enforce their Constitution.”
Meanwhile, he said that tomorrow will also be an artistic activity “with men and women committed through art with the homeland.”
He also announced that Wednesday afternoon will be “the largest demonstration” in defense of the Magna Carta.
“On this day we have fulfilled this first day, and we tell the police and military that we forgive him, that you are not guilty of this, that we know where the guilty party is. We retire satisfied to our homes, but tomorrow
Rojas Gómez was in the company of the former president of the Central Electoral Board, Roberto Rosario and the artist Jhonny Ventura, as well as leaders of various social organizations.
Before leaving, they left dozens of burning candles in front of the Congress.