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· November, 2008

Stories about Dominican Republic from November, 2008

Dominican Republic: Frequent Blackouts Impede Progress

The Dominican Republic is suffering through frequent blackouts and Rocío Díaz of Monaco [es] writes that “without electricity, there is no progress.”

Haiti, D.R.: Racial Tension

Cuaderno Latinoamericano reports that racial tension is growing in the Dominican Republic as a result of a Haitian village near the border being attacked by Dominicans “seeking revenge for a...

Dominican Republic: Constitution Day and Possible Reforms

November 6 is Constitution Day in the Dominican Republic, and Rocío Díaz of Monaco [es] reflects the possible reforms to the current document.

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