Former President of the Republic and Chairman of the Dominican Liberation Party (PLD), Daniel Medinadid not address political issues this Sunday, instead calling for reflection on the events hnf that affect the country and at the same time asked the struggle of that political organization to help so that harmony, respect and dialogue prevail in their societies.
When speaking at a swearing-in ceremony for new members of that party in the Multiuso de lost savannain the north of Santo Domingo, the city said the community is going through hard times, so this business hnf It should lead to reflection and inclination towards solidarity and understanding among the Dominicans.
Our country and our citizens need peace, serenity, calm and to stop living in fear. They need to restore confidence and calm. And for that, the cooperation of everyone, absolutely everyone, is urgent.”
The former president asserted that a few violent people would not be able to discredit a whole happy, hardworking and hospitable people.
“Today I want to ask each one of you and all PLD supporters who listen to me one thing: to be, in all times and places, an example of harmony, respect and love for others,” Medina said in a brief speech.
The city also requested that any disagreement, criticism or fighting be put aside.
“Let us focus on what really matters, on everything that unites us as a people and as human beings. Let us stop along the way and think only of the good of the country, carrying a message of hope and belief in the future, wherever we go,” he stressed.
He demanded that the followers of that party, without expecting anything in return, try to help as much as possible so that harmony, respect and dialogue would prevail.
“Let us all lend a helping hand, an affectionate word, and a comforting hug wherever necessary, without heeding color or party labels of any kind. In our power to overcome adversity, to move forward and, above all, to work together. That is why I ask you today. Let’s sow optimism.”
Medina spoke these terms in canon in the Multiuso de lost savannain Santo Domingo Norte, where according to PLD As leaders of that organization, 19,350 new members were sworn in as part of the “Add the Stars” initiative.
Taking the oath was the responsibility of Medina; General Secretary Charlie Mariotti. Leaders of that organization in northern Santo Domingo also attended.