Santo Domingo’s AG says justice is not convincing on corruption, will Barbados’ Adriel ever be so brave?

Attorney General in the Dominican Republic, Francisco Dominguez Brito, has warned when it comes to corruption, the justice system has not been convincing.

In a rendering of accounts late last week, Brito said that impunity has triumphed in the biggest of cases with benign decisions in some, totally complacent decisions in others and dozens of delays of processing.

In a rendering of accounts late last week, Brito said that impunity has triumphed in the biggest of cases with benign decisions in some, totally complacent decisions in others and dozens of delays of processing.

He said the Attorney General’s Office has worked hard to fight corruption. “The justice system still faces many challenges to close the circle of impunity,” he said.

Brito¬†observed in cases like that of Senator Felix Bautista he has appealed the “auto de no ha lugar” and would continue to fight using each of the resources provided in the system.

He called for the country to make the leap to fight corruption.

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