Poverty keeps 7,000 government workers from being charged with collecting 2 checks
Santo Domingo.- Comptroller general Rafael Germosen on Monday announced that a payroll cross-reference revealed that around 7,000 government workers get paid in various agencies, but noted that no punishment is forthcoming given by the poverty which many of them live under.
“We know it’s a problem dating back a long time, we however have adopted and are using technical mechanisms to identify these duplications,” he said.
Speaking in the National Palace the official warned that the government will work to put an end to payroll duplicity, which he called unfair.
He said president Danilo Medina’s administration aims to create not only equality in social terms, but also give other people the chance to earn their daily bread.
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