The judges of the Superior Electoral Tribunal (TSE) received a commission from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), headed by the resident representative in the country.
Magistrates Juan A. Biaggi Lama, Rosa Pérez de García, Pedro P. Yermenos Forastieri and Fernando Fernández Cruz, welcomed the visit of Inka Mattila, Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in the Dominican Republic for possible support between both institutions.
The participants exchanged ideas and impressions on possible aspects of collaboration to contribute to the development and institutional strengthening of the High Court, in order to provide a better service to the citizens every day. Mattila insisted on the UNDP’s willingness to support the TSE.
In the coming days there will be a technical work meeting between collaborators of both entities.
Ms. Mattila was accompanied by Mr. Raissa Crespo, Gender Officer, and Dr. José Ángel Aquino, Consultant for the UNDP.
She adds that “Espaillat has leveraged this still-expanding influence with great success in the past year. His endorsement helped propel four City Council candidates to victory in the June primaries, including two running for Manhattan seats, and boosted Councilman Mark Levine’s success in becoming Manhattan Borough President.”
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African-American state assemblyman from Harlem and Espaillat ally Al Taylor was placed in the 83rd slot.
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