Protesters shut down Santiago town
Licey, Dominican Republic.- Amid firebombs, gunfire and the dumping of trash on the Duarte highway, protesters started a 48-hour shutdown called by community organizations of Licey al Medio and the south side of Moca, in Santiago province.
The protesters of Licey al Medio said the walkout would end on Thursday, and demand the construction of a sewage system, paved streets and a stable supply of potable water and electricity.
Meanwhile in the southern Santiago sectors of San José y La Mina the protesters chained themselves to the front of a school to demand the construction of a high school promised by the government, but has found it difficult to acquiring the land and start the work.
April 12, 2016
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