Santo Domingo, DR. – Diverse reactions reaps the news that President Danilo Medina will not be present during the inauguration ceremony of Luis Abinader.
Political and legal personalities of society have expressed their opinion on social networks that President Medina does not attend the formal ceremony.
For the jurist Namphi Rodríguez, the absence of Danilo Medina in the “change of command ceremony will be historic, because for the first time in post-Trujillo democracy a living resident does not comply with the protocol of transferring the presidential sash in person to his successor.”
The lawyer Carolina Santana: The main shadow of the Danilo Medina government was (and it seems will continue to be until its last day) a transversal inability to assume democracy: resisting the independence of the Press and Justice, and now also acts of own transfer of democrats.
Juarez Castillo: The PRM must be clear that the rudeness that Danilo Medina makes at the swearing-in is an offense to Luis Abinader, the Dominican people who elected him and the Constitution of the Republic, which he tried to violate. Beware of falling into “protocol hooks” playing the game “with that mockery!
Vinicio Castillo: Leonel, who did Pte, was mistreated with a badly read spiel, August 16, 12. LF outraged endured like a rooster. As did all his predecessors. Danilo announces historic escape. His inflated ego does not allow him to accept his reality and responsibility with Democracy.
Journalist Huchi Lora: It is reported that Danilo will attend Abinader’s swearing-in but will not stay to listen to his speech. After he threw the briefcase full of bills at Leonel, he doesn’t want to hear the “compliments” that Abinader might throw at him. Cautious man …