Stories about Dominican Republic from January, 2009
Ahi e que prende [es] writes about his experience using the Free Access Law in the Dominican Republic, which had been set up to provide public information to those that request it. He writes out the steps needed to use the law.
Even though the Dominican government is implementing 536 informational technology training centers across the country for those citizens who have little knowledge of computers, Joan Guerrero writes that the country is still far behind other Latin American countries according to a recent study [es].
Eduardo Brito was a famous baritone from the Dominican Republic, who passed away in 1946, and even the National Theater bears his name. However, Roció Díaz of Monaco [es] writes that very few Dominicans today know about the man and his life.