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Dominican Republic overseer names scofflaw officials

Santo Domingo.- Accounts Chamber president Licelott Marte on Tuesday delivered to Justice minister Francisco Dominguez Brito a list of 1,222 officials who haven’t submitted their financial statements, and should face criminal prosecution.

In the list figure 32 ambassadors, 37 consuls, 205 heads of municipal districts, 152 municipal treasurers and even 11 National Social Security Council representatives, among others.

It also names 213 National Police and Metropolitan Transit Authority (AMET) commanders, central and regional directors and deputy directors, among other law enforcement officials.

Marte said the ambassadors who violated the law are Rafael Calventi, Germany; Ramón Alejandro Arias, Brazil; Alejandro Gonzalez Pons, Belgium; Héctor Virgilio Alcántara, Canada; Pablo Arturo Marinez, Chile; Briuni Garabito, Colombia; Greece Pichardo, Korea; Luis Arias Núñez, Argentina and Víctor Reynaldo Lora Díaz, Ecuador.

Also María Gabriela Bonetti, Egypt; José Manuel Castillo, El Salvador; Clara Martínez Theddy, United Arab Emirates; Rubén Silié, Haití; José Osvaldo Leger, Honduras; José Juan Hernández, Irán, and Alexander de la Rosa, Israel.

In addition, José Tomás Ares Germán Jamaica; Hector Paulino Domínguez, Japan; Great Britain, Federico Cuello Camilo; Mexico, Fernando Pérez; Paraguay, Marino Beregüete; Peru, Rafael Julian Cedano, Portugal, Jaime Duran Hernando; Qatar, Hugo Guiliani Cury; Russia, Jorge Luis Perez Alvarado; Vatican, Victor Grimaldi; South Africa, Raul Fernando Barrientos Lara; Sweden, Marina Isabel Caceres; Trinidad and Tobago, Jose Serrulle Ramia; Uruguay, Daniel Guerrero; Venezuela, Adonaida Medina, and Austria, Ramón Quiñones.

The list includes the consuls in Antwerp, Belgium, Rafael Hernández; Amsterdam, Mary Brazobán; Anse a Pitre, Maximo Felix Terrero; Antigua and Barbuda, Adriano Alberto Herrera; Aruba, Joseline Rosario Romero; Beijing, Rosa Ng Báez; Belladere Andres Fortuna; Cap Haitien, Esteban Antonio Cruz; Caracas, Jaime Manuel Santelises; Colombia, Crismely Lora Abrey; Cuba, Cinthia Leonor Vicioso; Curacao, Carmen Virginia Cardona; France, Carmen Germosén; Boston, Carmen Almonte; Miami, Eduardo Sanchez; Miguel Angel Rodriguez; and Genoa, Mercedes Brito Veras.

Also the consuls of Guadalupe, Andrea Medina Rodriguez; Hong Kong, Myrna Josefina Pichardo; Canary Islands, Irma Mireya Bautista; Jamaica, Jeremiah Jimenez; Juana Mendez, Francisco Gustavo Lemberg; Madrid, Juan de Jesus Felix Cuevas; Marseille, France, José Manuel Colón; Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, Jose Stefan Bosch; Mexico, Eneida Lopez Ramirez; Montreal, Canada, Raquel Jacobo Jaar; New Orleans, Joaquín Antonio Balaguer Ricardo; Panama, Domingo Ramirez; Czech Republic, Ramon Carreno; Rio de Janeiro, Baltazar Figuereo Sierra; San Juan, Puerto Rico, Juan de Dios Alvarado Grullón; San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Ricardo Enrique Peynado; Sevilla, Juan Borg Gil; and Toronto, Guillermo Estrella.

Francisco Dominguez said the officials who failed to submit their financial statement will be subpoenaed for investigation for presumed illicit enrichment, in compliance with Law 311-14, “above all, those who were removed from a post to another position, or have lost their functions and haven’t presented it.”

Source: DT

August 4, 2015

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