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    Dominican Republic's Attorney General Dominguez Brito avoids investigation requests by activists

    After dismissing a plaint from leftist President of Political Party Alianza País, Guillermo Moreno, the Dominican Republic's Attorney General Dominguez Brito was invited on Jorgito Cruz's show for a LIVE Twitcam with dominican youth.

    Young dominicans asked clear questions on how and why Ex-President Leonel Fernandez should be investigated along with other public officials such as Victor Diaz Rua and Felix Bautista. view the interview here -->

    In this interview he shows bias for the Ex-President Leonel Fernandez and does not give clear reasons as to why he will not investigate him. Dominguez Brito is quickly perceived by dominicans as someone who will not combat corruption from his own political party, the PLD and in turn will favor impunity.

    On Monday, November 26th, 2012 hundreds of activists made their plaints to the Attorney General's office requesting the investigation of Ex-President Leonel Fernández, they were soon surrounded by police in order to prevent them from filing their plaints.
    Their plaints were downloaded from and filled in by the hundreds of activists that today went to file their plaints.

    At first their plaints would not be received, by stating that it was not instrumentated correctly, but after they stayed for two hours, they started receiving the plaints. Although they used arguments, such as that the Attorney General's office was not the proper institution to receive plaints regarding the Ex-President.

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