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    Default DR1 Daily News - Monday, 10 February 2020

    Coronavirus gets all the attention despite thousands of cases of seasonal flu
    Travelers from China cleared of coronavirus
    JCE announces streaming of votes could start before 7pm
    IFES publishes its recommendations for the elections in the Dominican Republic
    Government drops fuel prices
    Hacienda Minister announces Punta Catalina power plant will be inaugurated this month
    Ministry of Hacienda says raising taxes is the challenge for the next government
    Hacienda Minister: Robust public finances
    Senate passes readings for Extinction of Ownership Bill
    Chamber of Deputies passes Public-Private Partnerships Bill
    Chamber of Deputies passes tax amnesty bill
    Legislator’s mom gets her daughter’s seat in Congress
    City government employees are due severance payment for firings
    Constitutional Court: No taxes on online purchases up to US$200
    Iris Guaba’s call to siege journalists causes social media uproar
    Environmental impact study not presented for Santo Domingo East bus terminal
    Sonia Díaz Inoa is new general coordinator for Citizen Participation
    Monday blackout to affect sectors of Santiago city
    Data Analytics and Data Science career now at ITLA
    Japan Embassy recognizes Dominicans for spreading bonsai and origami culture
    Tragedy hits the national volleyball team
    2020 Caribbean Series Champs: Los Toros del Este
    Novel captures the story of Nuncio Jozef Wesolowski
    Toc Toc opens at Palacio Bellas Artes


    Coronavirus gets all the attention despite thousands of cases of seasonal flu
    It’s the seasonal flu that Dominicans need to be concerned about, says Zacarias Garib, director of the Immunization Program of the Ministry of Public Health. Garib observed that Dominicans are all talking about the coronavirus, when there are thousands of cases of influenza in the country. He says in the past four years, 61 persons have died from the flu. Some 6,993 flu cases have been reported.

    The local coronavirus panic is such that commercial labs report being out of influenza test kits, and medicine such as Tamiflu is also out of stock.

    Garib said that locals should consider getting the flu vaccine that he said could minimize the risks of catching influenza. He said the government has distributed 258,000 flu shots available to the general public at state hospitals nationwide.

    According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in the United States alone, the flu has already caused an estimated 22 million illnesses, 210,000 hospitalizations and 12,000 deaths this season.

    The H1N1 outbreak in 2009 resulted in 1,632,258 cases and a fatality of 17.4%, compared to the 37,558 confirmed cases of the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia (NCP) that is originated in Wuhan, China. This number includes 37,251 cases in China and 813 deaths (including one outside of China) as of 9 February 2020, according to the World Health Organization.

    https://www.cdc.gov/flu/weekly/index.htm
    https://eldia.com.do/influenza-mas-p...e-coronavirus/
    https://www.who.int/emergencies/dise...ronavirus-2019
    https://www.who.int/docs/default-sou...rsn=6f80d1b9_4


    Travelers from China cleared of coronavirus
    Public Health Minister Rafael Sánchez Cárdenas said that the five travelers who had arrived after being recently in China and who were isolated at the Ramón de Lara Military Hospital were released after it was confirmed they did not have the coronavirus. Of 17 travelers, the five were kept under observation following the protocols in the case of highly contagious viruses. The others were under domiciliary monitoring.

    Public Health Minister Rafael Sánchez Cárdenas recommended against traveling to China to avoid the coronavirus. The US State Department also issued a travel recommendation asking US citizens and residents not to travel to China due to the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia (NCP) first identified in Wuhan, China. It cites that on 30 January 2020, the World Health Organization had determined the outbreak was spreading rapidly and is a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).

    He said there are five hospitals in the Dominican Republic that can treat patients with coronavirus. These are Hospital General y de Especialidades Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia in Higüey; the Ramón de Lara Military Hospital of the Air Force in eastern Santo Domingo; the Marcelino Vélez public hospital in western Santo Domingo; the Cabral y Báez public hospital in Santiago and the Ricardo Limardo in Puerto Plata.

    The Ministry of Public Health says that passengers arriving after a stopover in China, regardless of their nationality, will only be admitted when they fly into Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) or Las Americas International Airport (SDQ), the country’s two main airports.

    https://travel.state.gov/content/tra...-advisory.html
    https://www.diariolibre.com/actualid...ora-DK16942706
    https://hoy.com.do/extranjeros-aisla...e-coronavirus/
    https://noticiassin.com/desembarca-e...otocolo-de-sp/
    https://listindiario.com/la-republic...de-coronavirus
    https://www.diariolibre.com/actualid...ana-OL16958420


    JCE announces streaming of votes could start before 7pm
    The Central Electoral Board (JCE) announced that municipal election results will be streamed as soon as 50% of the votes have been registered. Voting is from 7am to 5pm on Sunday, 16 February 2020. The JCE says that nevertheless, the vote count will be preliminary, pending for the completion of the vote tally. The opposition party, the Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM), had requested that the streaming start only once all the votes of a polling place were already registered so not to not influence the decision of those still in line to vote.
    Some 158 municipalities will be electing city government officers. 7.2 million Dominicans are eligible to vote.

    The president of the Central Electoral Board (JCE), Julio Castaños Guzmán, said that only those inside the polling place at 5pm will be allowed to vote. He said that in the case of stations using electronic voting machines, the vouchers of these votes will also be counted to confirm the electronic voting count before streaming the tally.

    The coordinator for the civic watchdog group Citizen Participation, Heiromy Castro, said the organization is concerned that the JCE has chosen to transmit the data using a cell phone app. "So we have always heard that cell phones are very vulnerable, we know that a special electronic avenue is going to be used to send the data, but there is nothing infallible in life," he reasoned, when commenting the issue with TV host Héctor Herrera Cabral on the D´Agenda program on Sunday, 9 February 2020 on Channel 11.

    https://elveedordigital.com/junta-ce...s-de-comicios/
    https://cdn.com.do/2020/02/07/jce-al...ion-de-uniore/
    https://n.com.do/2020/02/07/jce-divu...ion-de-uniore/
    https://eldia.com.do/participacion-c...on-telefonica/


    IFES publishes its recommendations for the elections in the Dominican Republic
    The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) contracted Pro V&V, Inc. on 18 January 2020, to perform a pre-election assessment of the automated voting system to be used in the Dominican Republic’s 16 February 2020 municipal elections. Some 158 municipalities will be electing city government officers. 7.2 million Dominicans are eligible to vote.

    The IFES has made available online its report with its recommendations for increased transparency and reliability of the automated voting system that is being implemented for the first time in a Dominican election.

    https://www.ifes.org/publications/pr...nican-republic
    https://www.ifes.org/publication-typ...ral-assessment
    https://www.ifes.org/sites/default/f...gs_english.pdf


    Government drops fuel prices
    With the Sunday, 16 February 2020, election around the corner, the Medina administration has been slightly dropping fuel prices. Fuel prices are now RD$225.10 per gallon, down RD$4.30, and regular gasoline costs RD$209.60 per gallon, also down RD$4.30. Diesel is costing RD$177.90 per gallon, down RD$8.00. Propane is at RD$96.30 per gallon, and natural gas is selling for RD$28.97 per cubic meter.

    International reports say the lull in the global economies, as a consequence of the coronavirus, is driving fuel prices down.

    https://www.micm.gob.do/direcciones/...e-combustibles


    Hacienda Minister announces Punta Catalina will be inaugurated this month
    Hacienda (Treasury) Minister Donald Guerrero announced that the Punta Catalina power thermoelectric power plant will be inaugurated in late February. The Medina administration has plans to sell the power plant as soon as both units are in operation. Guerrero said the government expects in the next 60 to 90 days to receive offers from groups interested in participating in the tender of half of the shares for the power plant. The government has hired Guggenheim Securities for the procedure. He argued the entry into operation of the two power plants will reduce energy costs.

    Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM) opposition candidate Luis Abinader has spoken up against the sale of the shares before the change of government.

    The Punta Catalina coal-fired twin power plant is under construction in Punta Catalina-Hatillo, Azua. With an installed capacity to generate 770 megawatts, the power plant is the Medina administration’s most costly public infrastructure work. The power plant has been highly controversial in the contracting of Odebrecht and the lack of transparency in its construction and financing. Construction began in 2015, but delays have pushed the completion date back to this 2020.

    https://super7.com.do/pais/7708/punt...ada-en-febrero


    Ministry of Hacienda says raising taxes is the challenge for the next government
    When presenting the annual report for the Ministry of Hacienda (Treasury), Minister Donald Guerrero said the next government will have the challenge of increasing taxes. He said the fiscal burden in the Dominican Republic is at 14.4%, when the regional average is 23.5%. He said the next government must undergo a fiscal reform, citing the many preferential tax programs in effect in the country.

    https://super7.com.do/pais/7708/punt...ada-en-febrero


    Hacienda Minister: Robust public finances
    The Medina administration borrowed more than US$5.3 billion in foreign debt in 2019. Nevertheless, Hacienda (Treasury) Minister Donald Guerrero says the next government will receive robust public finances. Presenting the annual report for 2019, Guerrero said that public finances are attractive for the investment climate, there have been improvements in fiscal indicators, and there is a primary surplus in 2019 of the Non-Financial Public Sector of 0.4% of the Gross Domestic Product, or RD$18.9 billion. He said that all debt commitments have been covered in a timely manner, settling a total of US$20.8 billion in amortizations since 2012.

    Guerrero said that since the beginning of the current administration, tax revenues have grown at an average annual rate of 10.7%, reaching RD$656,572.1 million in 2019, which represents an additional RD$334,880.3 million over 2012.

    https://www.hacienda.gob.do/gobierno...deuda-publica/
    https://www.diariolibre.com/economia...019-OO16909531


    Senate approves Extinction of Ownership Bill, sends to Chamber of Deputies
    The Senate passed the Extinction of Ownership Bill on Wednesday, 5 February 2020. The bill would enable the state to seize property originated from, or linked, to criminal law violations. The bill creates the courts of extinction of dominion, obliges citizens to give banking information to the judge, opens the country to international cooperation and homologates foreign sentences as long as they do not contradict the Dominican Constitution and laws. The bill now passes to the Chamber of Deputies for approval.

    The bill had been part of the named priority bills listed in Decree No 19-20 by which President Danilo Medina convened an extraordinary legislation.

    https://elcaribe.com.do/2020/02/05/s...on-de-dominio/


    Chamber of Deputies passes Public-Private Partnerships Bill
    The Chamber of Deputies approved the Public-Private Partnerships Bill, with a report that merges the two initiatives on the same issue presented by Social Christian Reformist Party (PRSC) deputy Victor (Ito) Bisonó Haza and Dominican Liberation Party (PLD) senator Charlie Mariotti Tapia.
    Bisonó recalled that the bill has the backing of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

    One of the few opponents, legislator Fidel Santana (Frente Amplio) said he would not vote for the bill because it was onerous for the government.

    https://hoy.com.do/cd-aprueba-proyec...-bid-lo-apoyo/


    Chamber of Deputies passes tax amnesty bill
    The Chamber of Deputies passed with amendments in two sessions the Transparency and Patrimony Reassessment Bill. The bill is by Senator Adriano Sanchez Roa (PRSC-Elias Piña). It establishes a transitory tax regime whereby taxpayers can declare, reassess and pay taxes on property to regularize their tax obligations. The bill has articles that will penalize the middle class, reports Diario Libre.

    The Senate now needs to pass the bill. The bill is open to physical persons, legal companies and undivided family estates. The bill is included in the priorities established by President Danilo Medina when convening the extraordinary session of the legislators.

    https://www.diariolibre.com/economia...aign=blueconic
    https://www.diariolibre.com/opinion/...ial-MI16788444


    Legislator’s mom gets her daughter’s seat in Congress
    Congress named Milagros Corniel Camacho to replace her daughter, Dominican Liberation Party (PLD) deputy Karen Lisbeth Ricardo Corniel. Ricardo had been appointed to replace Domingo Contreras as director of Special Programs of the Presidency. Contreras is running for National District mayor for the PLD.

    Ricardo had previously aspired to be the PLD candidate for Santo Domingo East, but lost to Luis Alberto Tejeda Pimentel.

    An editorial in Diario Libre criticizes the nepotism that prevailed in the appointment of Ricardo’s mom to the seat. The nomination received the unanimous vote of the legislators.

    https://www.camaradediputados.gob.do...et.aspx?id=809
    https://www.diariolibre.com/opinion/...ulo-EN16930114
    https://noticiassin.com/karen-ricard...ara-diputados/


    City government employees are due severance payment for firings
    The Constitutional Court (TC) confirmed that city governments are obliged to make severance payments for unjustified firings. The TC rejected a motion to the contrary submitted by the Dominican Municipal Federation. The Federation had disputed Article 138 of Decree 523-09 that approved the ruling for labor relations in the public administration, dated 21 July 2009. The ruling calls for paying severance to government officers that are not already incorporated in the public administration career or a special career.

    https://listindiario.com/la-republic...injustificados


    Constitutional Court: No taxes on online purchases up to US$200
    The Constitutional Court (TC) rejected an appeal filed against a 2014 ruling by the High Administrative Court (TSA) that had ordered the suspension of the measure taken by the Customs Agency (DGA) to tax online purchases of up to US$200.

    Ruling 0807-18 of the Constitutional Court upholds Ruling 278-14 of the TSA on the matter. The Constitutional Court established the validity of Law 277-12 that had established the tax exemption for online purchases of up to US$200. The court ruling was published in April 2019, but had not been formally notified to the parties.

    https://n.com.do/2020/02/08/tribunal...a-200-dolares/


    Iris Guaba’s call to attack journalists causes social media uproar
    Journalist Huchi Lora suffered a bad fall last week, but that did not save him from being the target of Social Plan of the Presidency director Iris Guaba, who ordered social media influencers on pay by the state to attack the communicator online. The audio of the statement was leaked to social media and became the talk of the town.

    Iris Guaba admitted the derogatory statements were her own. She was responding to a leak whereby her office was purchasing RD$380 million in household appliances for distribution in this electoral year.

    Huchi Lora, Altagracia Salazar and Orlando Jorge Mera, mentioned in the statement by Guaba, all responded to the recording. Lora and Salazar said the request made by Guaba to those on the state payroll said the statements were not the exception, but the norm regarding the lack of tolerance in the ruling Dominican Liberation Party (PLD) when it comes to criticism by the press.

    In an unprecedented new development, the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) cited President Danilo Medina and Iris Guaba to a hearing on Tuesday, 11 February 2020. The court was responding to a petition presented by the minority political party, Frente Amplio. The Frente Amplio filed a legal recourse against President Medina and the director of the Social Plan, Iris Guaba, for allegedly violating Resolution 33-2019, issued by the Central Electoral Board (JCE) on 28 November 2019, which regulates the participation of public officials in the ordinary elections of 2020.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ITDW1oEQAA -- Altagracia Salazar
    https://hoy.com.do/directora-plan-so...or-huchi-lora/
    https://listindiario.com/la-republic...esta-en-agenda
    https://hoy.com.do/video-iris-guaba-...racia-salazar/
    https://hoy.com.do/huchi-lora-le-res...-que-atenerse/
    https://noticiassin.com/aird-aboga-p...trodomesticos/
    https://hoy.com.do/iris-guaba-opta-p...stionamientos/
    https://acento.com.do/2020/actualida...a-periodistas/
    https://z101digital.com/jorge-mera-e...te-no-del-pld/
    https://elnuevodiario.com.do/tribuna...frente-amplio/
    https://www.diariolibre.com/opinion/...ion-LN16937729
    https://www.elcaribe.com.do/2020/02/...a-a-audiencia/


    Environmental impact study not presented for Santo Domingo East bus terminal
    The Ministry of Public Works has continued with the construction of a mega bus terminal on the Las Americas Expressway. The construction is going up on a parking area of the Mirador del Este Park next to the Three Eyes National Park. Local environmentalists and municipal leaders say the construction is illegal and have filed several legal actions to no avail.

    Diario Libre reported on Friday, 7 February 2020 that the Ministry of Environment has confirmed the required environmental impact study was not presented by the builders of the bus terminal. The Ministry of Public Works had stated that it had the study and that was why it has resumed the construction of the works paralyzed after the Administrative Superior Court and the Constitutional Court had not cleared the construction. Environment Minister Angel Estevez, in a letter on 7 September 2018, said the Ministry does not object the project given that the promoters have stated that the environmental negative can be avoided, corrected or mitigated by applying cost-effective environmental management actions.

    https://www.diariolibre.com/actualid...ses-FP16911567


    Sonia Díaz Inoa is new general coordinator for Citizen Participation
    Citizen Participation, the civic watchdog group, announced Sonia Díaz Inoa will be the general coordinator for 2020-2021. She is a lawyer with masters degrees in public administration and human rights. She also has a doctorate in democratic societies, state and law. She has worked in the judicial, legislative and executive branches of government at the Ministry of Labor. She is also a professor of law at the state Autonomous University of Santo Domingo (UASD) and the director of the law school at APEC University.

    This is the second time she has held the position of general coordinator of Citizen Participation, the first time being in 2014.

    https://elnuevodiario.com.do/partici...odo-2020-2021/


    Monday blackout to affect sectors of Santiago city
    EdeNorte, the power distributor for Santiago, announces blackouts from noon to 5pm on Monday, 10 February 2020, in Santiago province. The blackouts will affect the city center of Navarrete and Pontón. Also the industrial areas of Agregados Gudicorp, Navarrete Industrial, Cabañas Pali and the Santiago Industrial Free Zone, among other Santiago city areas.
    https://hoy.com.do/estos-son-los-lug...ad-este-lunes/


    Data Analytics and Data Science career now at ITLA
    The Technological Institute of the Americas (ITLA) announced the new technical career "Data Analytics and Data Science" to respond to the demand for experts in this growing industry. Technological Institute rector José Armando Tavarez said that the career reaffirms ITLA as the most innovative institution in terms of technology training.

    He said that students in this career will acquire the skills to handle the techniques and tools applicable to data analysis for evidence-based solutions to be applied in the local and international market. Moreover, the students will be trained to create automated information systems for decision-making, to manage databases, design and apply models and develop algorithms to extract valuable knowledge.

    Graduates will be able to work in the areas of electronic government, open data, internet of things, citizen security, the energy and mining sectors, fraud control, economic and financial sector, multimedia analysis, digital marketing, among others. The course consists of 40 subjects and lasts two years and four months.

    https://www.itla.edu.do/noticias/itl...a-de-los-datos


    Japan Embassy recognizes Dominicans for spreading bonsai and origami culture
    The Embassy of Japan recognized Dominican dermatologist Edgardo Jorge Job for his contributions to the art of bonsai, and journalist Jose Rafael Sosa for his contribution to spreading the art of origami in the Dominican Republic.

    Japan Ambassador Hiroyuki Makiuchi held a lunch on Sunday, 9 February 2020, in honor of the two Dominicans. Makiuchi emphasized that Jorge Job and Sosa for years have spread these two popular Japanese arts among Dominicans. He said they were examples of people that bridged the two cultures.

    As reported, Jorge Job came into contact with bonsai making when he studied dermatology at Kawasaki University. He was impacted by the therapeutic effect the miniature trees could have on people.

    Sosa, on the other hand, was initiated in origami by writer Manuel Llibre Otero, during a book fair at the Ateneo Amantes de la Luz, in 1992 in Santiago. Since then, he has dedicated himself to promoting this art, especially among teachers, as reported in Acento.

    https://acento.com.do/2020/sociales/...sai-y-origami/


    Tragedy hits the national volleyball team
    The president of the Dominican Olympic Committee Luis Mejía said that Megan Logroño Rivera, 15-year old daughter of the captain of the Dominican senior women’s volleyball team (Caribbean Queens), Prisilla Rivera, died of respiratory arrest, the consequence of a congenital condition. The child was buried at the Jardin Memorial. Her mother, who had been playing in the Hungary volleyball professional league, returned home for the burial. Cristobal Marte, president of the national women’s volleyball project, also cut short his obligations with the International Volleyball Federation and flew from Switzerland for the funeral services.

    Prisilla Rivera is the captain of the national volleyball team that in January 2020 qualified to compete in the Tokyo Olympics.

    https://hoy.com.do/video-luisin-meji...as-del-caribe/
    https://hoy.com.do/video-prisilla-ri...al-de-su-hija/


    2020 Caribbean Series Champs: Los Toros del Este
    President Danilo Medina received the La Romana’s Los Toros del Este team heads at the Presidential Palace to congratulate them for bringing home the 2020 Caribbean Series championship. On Friday, 7 February 2020, the Dominican Republic defeated Venezuela 9-3 for the regional championship. The DR had won all its matches in the series, except a first game against Venezuela.

    The Dominican Republic had not won a championship since 2012. The Los Toros won the regular season, the local playoffs and then all but one of their games in the Caribbean Series for a total of 57 victories and 26 losses.

    The Caribbean Series this year was played at the Hiram Bithorn ballpark in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Los Toros del Este team manager, Puerto Rican Lino Rivera, must have had mixed feelings. On Saturday, 7 February 2020 he won his first Caribbean Series. But it was not for managing a Puerto Rican team. It was for managing Los Toros del Este, representing the Dominican Republic. Rivera had previously managed four Puerto Rican teams but never was able to clinch a victory.

    Rivera described the win as the best thing to happen to him. He said the team had the talent, know how to win and meet adversity. “We did it,” he said. He said it was the best team he had managed in his life.

    The 2020 Caribbean Series was played among the winners of the baseball championships in Puerto Rico (Cangrejeros de Santurce), Mexico (Tomateros de Culiacán), Venezuela (Cardenales de Lara), Panama (Astronautas de Chiquirí) and Colombia (Vaqueros de Montería) and the Dominican Republic (Toros del Este).

    https://www.diariolibre.com/deportes...aign=blueconic
    https://presidencia.gob.do/noticias/...ipo-dominicano
    https://hoy.com.do/todos-somos-toros...ie-del-caribe/
    https://eldia.com.do/manager-lino-ri...ie-del-caribe/
    https://www.elcaribe.com.do/2020/02/...l-caribe-2020/
    https://www.mlb.com/news/caribbean-s...anges-for-2020


    Novel captures the story of Nuncio Jozef Wesolowski
    Dominican author Nestor Medano has published a novel, “Sotanas en el lodo” (Cassocks in Mud), based on the life of Roman Catholic Church Nuncio Jozef Wesolowski. The Polish cleric was allowed to leave the Dominican Republic after investigative journalists revealed grave charges of child sexual abuse. He would go on to be defrocked by the Vatican.

    Wesolowski would have been the first high-level cleric to stand trial for child sexual abuse. Nevertheless, he was found dead at the Vatican City residence where he lived. A statement from the Vatican said that he died from natural causes at age 67. In the Dominican Republic, investigations revealed his victims were young boys ages 8 to 16.

    The book also tells the story of the alleged lover of the nuncio, a Dominican deacon, and that of Wojciech Gil (Padre Alberto), another Polish priest who would be later sentenced in Poland for sexual abuse of Dominican children when he worked in the town of Juncalito in Santiago province.

    Author Medrano says: “Wesolowski is a novel character because he is part of the tradition of the Vatican novel if you like, where unusual things happen in a way that is accepted by a tradition of much corruption from which in this case our country did not escape.”

    https://www.diariolibre.com/revista/...sta-AG16897236
    https://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/29/w...ound-dead.html


    Toc Toc opens at Palacio Bellas Artes
    Starting on 13 February 2020, the Compañía Teatral Nini German presents “Toc Toc” at the Palacio de Bellas Artes on Av. Maximo Gomez. The lineup includes Milagros German, Pamela Sued, Hector Anibal Estrela, Jose Guillermo Cortines, Luis Jose German, Luly Rocha and Laura Leclerc.

    The comedy is about a group of patients suffering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder waiting for the doctor who is delayed in arriving to his office. At the doctor’s office, the patients find themselves having to deal with each other’s quirks and compulsions.

    The comedy is based on Frenchman Laurent Baffie’s 2005 play, “TOC” and the very successful Spanish version by Julian Quintanilla.

    “Toc Toc” is produced by Luis Jose German and Luly Rocha and is directed by Manuel Chapuseux at the Sala Maximo Aviles Blonda of Palacio de Bellas Artes.

    The local version of the play will be on stage 13, 14, and 15 February 2020 at 8:30pm. On Saturday, there will be two performances, one at 5 pm and another at 8:30 pm. Tickets are RD$1,300.

    https://www.diariolibre.com/revista/...tes-AA16521991
    https://www.google.com/search?q=Toc+...hrome&ie=UTF-8
    Last edited by Dolores; 02-10-2020 at 01:04 PM.

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