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A PRD Commission handed in 10 proposals about naturalization to the Palace

SANTO DOMINGO. The Dominican Revolutionary Party (PRD) has handed in to the government, 10 proposals taking into account the rules for the application of Law 169-14 about naturalization.

The PRD have suggested, that for the purpose of demonstrating conditions of foreigners, it should include among the type of proof, the request for a personal identity document from the country of origin or at least from one of the parents of the applicant to demonstrate “that the Dominican State does not generate the condition of statelessness”.

PRD president, Miguel Vargas, suggested that the Executive Branch declare a state of alert, and order the strengthening of all of the security in the border area, during the period that the process of regularization of foreigners lasts, to prevent a mass of illegal immigrants wanting to take advantage of the process irregularly.

Vargas requested that the applications should be supervised by a Committee of Monitoring and Evaluation of all of the cases submitted, made up by a representative of the Catholic Church, five representatives from Civil Society, three media directors and a representative from each party who have a presence in National Congress.

He suggested that a procedure is established to give permission to each foreigner relating to the migration category or sub category, depending on the ties which were demonstrated.

He proposed that a “Pact for the Control and Development of the Border Area,” was developed between the social and political forces of the country.

The proposals were handed in to the Presidential Palace by a commission, made up of the legal director of the PRD, Salim Ibarra; spokesman Víctor Gomez Casanova; lawyer Jose Miguel Vasquez; and ex Senator Tonty Rutinel.

Source: DiarioLibre

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