View Poll Results: Do you think the exoneration privilige should be eliminated?

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Thread: Dominican Senators and Deputies and their Exoneration Privileges

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlterEgo View Post
    And all of this is from 2008.  Now I’m curious how much that’s increased in 9 years. 
    Well AE you know it has not went down!

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    A fairly predictable result of the poll, so far!

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    Also, they can also use that Exoneration on behalf of someone else. Therein also lies the problem.

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    paliza is very rich so he can shyte on the petty pesos from the tax exempt. it's easy to give up financial privilege that you don't need.

    that aside, i quite like him. i believe his ambition is the presidency and he may have a good chance if presented as a candidate in 2024 or 2028. he is a very smart man and very focused. quite simpatico too. and he knows how to play a political game very well. i've been looking at his career with great interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbmitch9 View Post
    Also, they can also use that Exoneration on behalf of someone else. Therein also lies the problem.
    On behalf of whom?

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    cualquiera persona

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    I should start spending more time with Senators and Deputies. No wonder everybody is in a rush to open a business, gain a following, and become an elected official here in RD. Makes sense in the long scheme of things.

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    ....Hmmmm.....where do they get the money for the very expensive cars to begin with.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by USA DOC View Post
    ....Hmmmm.....where do they get the money for the very expensive cars to begin with.....
    Western Union and Caribe Express.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dv8 View Post
    paliza is very rich so he can shyte on the petty pesos from the tax exempt. it's easy to give up financial privilege that you don't need.

    that aside, i quite like him. i believe his ambition is the presidency and he may have a good chance if presented as a candidate in 2024 or 2028. he is a very smart man and very focused. quite simpatico too. and he knows how to play a political game very well. i've been looking at his career with great interest.
    Because Senator Paliza is well off by Dominican standards, then I commend him for excluding himself of this privilege....he does not need it....his declared patrimony is about RD$ 18,383, 252.25....he does come from a family of diplomats and businessman....

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