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Tuesday, July 18, 2006 


July, 18 - 8:23 AM

Fernandez heads meeting to address crime and violence

SANTO DOMINGO.- The Supreme Court justices, legislative chambers presidents and various civil society organizations were summoned yesterday by the president for next Monday.

In the meeting, the authorities will present a new plan of action to confront crime and will listen to the expositions of those who advocate the Penal Procedural Code reform.

Also it was announced during yesterday’s meeting that National Police will count with more and better resources, vehicles and training.

In addition, it was guaranteed the Armed Forces and the National Drug Central Direction’s endorsement to back up National Police with intelligence tasks.

Dominican Today - Portal Alta Tecnologia

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