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List of Dominican Republic officials to watch closely

Santo Domingo.- In an unprecedented development in Dominican Republic history, the Justice Ministry on Thursday released the list of the more than 50 officials which the Accounts Chamber says violated law 311-14 on financial statements.

Many senior Police and military officers figure on the list of current and former public servants, whose names were submitted by the watchdog agency to the Justice Ministry.

Accounts Chamber PR director Paul Pimentel Blanco sent the list given to Justice minister Francisco Dominguez, with the following scofflaws and the government agency where their violation occurred.

1-Ramón Emilio Contreras, Social Security

2-Mayobanex Escotto, Port Authority

3-José Hidalgo Díaz, La Vega Aqueduct.

4-Ruth Lockward, ONAPI

5-Agustín Iglesias Melo, Defense Ministry

6-Sigfrido Aramis Pared Pérez, DNI

7-Rafael Alberto Ortega Martínez, National Police

8-Ramón Artiles Santamaría, Ramón de Lara Hospital

9-César Lopez, Presidency Admin. Ministry

10-Araceni Castillo de la Cruz, Civil Aviation

11-César José de los Santos, Tourism Ministry

12-Abelardo Arturo Jiménez Lambertus, Museo del Hombre

13-Maximiliano W. Muñoz Delgado, Defensa Ministry

14-Rubén Dario Paulino Sem, Defense Ministry

15-Ismael Antonio Alvarado Defense, Ministry

16-Pedro Cáceres Chestaro, Defense Ministry

17-Geraldo de los Santos Mora, Defense Ministry

18-Miguel Angel Burgos, Army

19-Emilio Recio Segura, Navy

20-Manuel de Jesús Mañaná, Army

21-Rafael A. Alegría Arias, Air Force

22-Amilcar Fernández, Tourism Police

23-Juan Gerónimo Brown Pérez, AMET Police

24-Napoleón Terrero Feliz, Electoral Police

25-Richard Vásquez Jiménez, Air Force

26-Félix Alburquerque, Port Security

27-Joaquín Augusto Peignand, Port Security

28-Wascar Darío González, Specialized Fuel Corp.

29-Carlos E. Jiménez Miranda, Air Force Hospital

30-Mayra Duval de Mancebo, Armed Forces Hospital

31-Abraham E. Luna Rodríguez, Defense Ministry

32-Idionis Pérez, INFOTEP

33-Joaquín J. Berroa, Social Security

34-Carmen Milagros Almonte, cónsul in U.S.

35-Adriano R. de los Santos Galvá, cónsul in Spain

36-Andrés Boció Fortuna, cónsul in Haití

37-Esteban Antonio Cruz, consul in Haiti

38-Marino Castillo Lacay, Embassy in Brazil

39-Jaime Ma. Antonio Santelises, consul in Venezuela

40-Luis Armando Asunción, superintendente de Bancos

41-Rafael Camilo, Banks Superintendence

42-Radhamés Valenzuela, Agriculture Ministry

43-Claudio Jiménez, MERCADOM

44-Eusebio Guzmán, MERCADOM

45-Bolívar Marte, National Catastre

46-Ramón Rivas, Port Authority

47-Luis P. Rodríguez Ariza, Civil Aviation Board

48-Enrique Ramírez, Energía Comissio

49-María Cleofía Sánchez, Santo Domingo North Park

50-Reinaldo Soriano, Santo Domingo North Park

51-Julio Almonte, Tourism Ministry

52-Franklin Mairení Castillo, Tourism Ministry

53-Rafael Varón Dulúq, Tourism Ministry

54-Carlos Pared, CEI-RD

55-Kenia Lora, Reservas Bank

56-Domingo Dauhajre, Reservas Bank

57-Martín Zapata, Finance Ministry.

58-Nikauly de la Mota, Dominican embassy in México

59-Eduardo Sánchez, Dominicana cónsul in Miami

60-Amaury Ríos ex cónsul in Miami

61-Francisco Coronado N., La Vega Acueduct

62-Grace de Moya, Dominican diplómate at the OEA

Source: DT

Category: DR News |

  1. Samson

    Name and Shame – Noted!

    A very broad coverage – shocking!

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