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    Cabinet of the Government of President Leonel Fernandez (2004-2008)
    Decree 861-04

    President: Leonel Fernandez

    Vice President: Rafael Alburquerque

    Minister of Agriculture: Amilcar Romero
    Minister of the Armed Forces: Rear Admiral Sigfrido Pared Perez
    Minister of Education: Alejandrina German
    Minister of Superior Education: Ligia Amada de Melo
    Minister of Finances: Vicente Bengoa
    Minister of Foreign Relations: Carlos Morales Troncoso
    Minister of Industry and Commerce: Francisco Javier Garcia
    Minister of Interior and Police: Franklin Almeyda
    Minister of Labor: Jose Ramon Fadul
    Minister of Public Health: Sabino Baez
    Minister of Public Works: Manuel de Jesus Perez
    Minister of Sports: Felipe Jay Payano
    Minister of Tourism: Felix Jimenez
    Minister of Environment: Maximiliamo Puig
    Minister of Women: Gladys Gutierrez
    Minister of Culture: Jose Rafael Lantigua
    Minister of Youth: Manuel Crespo

    Secretary of the Presidency: Danilo Medina
    Administrative Secretary of the Presidency: Luis Manuel Bonetti
    Technical Secretary of the Presidency: Juan Temistocles Montas
    Governor of the Central Bank: Hector Valdez Albizu

    Superintendent of Banks: Rafael Camilo
    Superintendent of Power:
    Superintendent of Insurance: Euclides Gutierrez
    Superintendent of Pensions:
    Superintendent of Health:
    Administrator of Banco de Reservas:

    Attorney General: Francisco Dominguez Brito
    District Attorney:

    Legal advisor to the President: Cesar Pina Toribio

    Dominican Institute of Telecommunications: Jose Rafael Vargas

    Diandino Peņa: Metro de Santo Domingo

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    Morales Troncoso of the PRSC as Minister for Foreign Relations. Former Balaguer Vice President. Very interesting.

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    Does the PLD have an coalition agreement with the PRSC?

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    Troncoso was one of the PRSC faction which supported Leonel in election, & broke ranks with PRSC candidate Estrella. This group was already in "coalition". Not sure about Estrella's faction, though.

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    Lightbulb Superintendent of Power

    Note there is nobody listed , of course there is no power either. Maybe they rename it Minister of Blackouts.

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    Radhames Segura as General Administrator of CDEEE. (Nice surname!)http://www.elcaribe.com.do/articulo_...654&Seccion=63
    Plus Ruben Montas to the Energy Commission & Francisco Mendez as Superintendent of Electricity.

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    Is the newly appointed director of the Public Works Supervisory Office Felix Bautista being given a second chance at the job? The press at the end of the Fernandez administration carried many stories of corruption in office regarding his performance in government. He was one of the most openly criticized at the time, for being a story of from rags to riches in the Fernandez administration.
    http://www.webdominicano.com/anticor..._200900_02.htm
    Last edited by Dolores; 08-18-2004 at 01:46 PM.

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    It is interesting that some of the names that were under a cloud (PEME and other alleged corruption scandals) are prominent in the list of new appointments. Some of these cases, unless I have missed something, are still in process. If the charges have not been dropped, should they be allowed to hold public office?

    Then again, if Hippo was able to have Pepe Goico as head of security when the lottery fraud case was still open, I suppose anything goes.

    Chiri

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    Pedro Catrain seems to share your viewpoint, Chiri.http://www.elcaribe.com.do/articulo_...F34&Seccion=63

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    Default What about Jaime David?

    It seems that Jaime David Fernandez has not been considered for any position of importance by the 'new' administration. Does anyone have any information his wheraeabouts? Inquiring minds wish to know...

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