No one, neither small nor large, violates Dominican Republic’s sovereignty

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Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

#2 Jan 30, 2014
Beautiful speech of the president Danilo Medina

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

#3 Jan 31, 2014
No one, neither small nor large, violates Dominican Republic’s sovereignty “ was president Danilo Medina’s warning during an emotional and energetic speech at the Summit of the Latin American and Caribbean Community (CELAC). It was Medina’s response to statements from some leaders of Caribbean Community (Caricom) countries, accused the country of racism, discrimination, and of violating human rights. He reiterated Dominican Republic’s aperture to cooperation from other countries in the ongoing talks with Haiti, but insisted on always respecting its national sovereignty.“Our country has made it clear, from the first day, its total openness toward international support to implement this process, and we’re conducting it thusly.“I must also point out however that as the free and sovereign State we are, I don’t accept from no one, neither small nor large, violates our national sovereignty“, explained.

Medina also noted that neither before nor after the Constitutional Court handed down its ruling on nationality, the Government hasn't incurred or will incur in discriminatory practices, or rights violations.“This is a question of principles, and fundamental for me and the entire Cabinet, and we will not allow them to be put into question. We therefore will not accept false testimony which put this issue in doubt,“ Medina said.“Earful“ for Gonsalves Slamming Saint Vincent & the Grenadines Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves’ criticism of the ruling, Medina said “he has gone far enough“ and told him to govern his country, and “allow us to govern in Dominican Republic.“ He said issuing residence and nationality corresponds to sovereign States, and that as a State,“we don’t accept anyone else, absolutely no one, to play with Dominican sovereignty.“ Visibly defiant, Medina warned that on the day he has to decline sovereignty as President, then he doesn't deserve to be the President of the country. Solidarity with Haitians Medina reiterated that Dominican Republic has provided the most support to Haiti’s people, as evidenced by the nearly one million Haitians in his country living.
Disciple aka Judus

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

#4 Feb 1, 2014
Dominicanito let me ask you a question.If Dominican Republic is so serious about its "national sovereignty" Then why are Americans treated
at such a higher standard then dominican citizens?? is it because Medina
was actully put in power by the CIA in order to treat the dominican citizens
3rd class in thier own country......Why is it that they didnt sign the monotary gold standard treaty that China offered them and please dont tell me there waiting on the imporation santions blah blah blah ........if this country would take the deal kick barak gold out mine the gold for us we would be outta debt with in 3 years do the math.....I mean seriously
we should have 24 hr electricity and water talk about being inhuman to
its citizens......what ever I voting with the secret election in favor of gold treaty

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