Santo Domingo, DR.
Just 13 days after serving two years in charge of the Executive Power, President Luis Abinader dismissed the Minister of Education, Roberto Fulcar, whom he appointed as minister without portfolio and made other movements in the government train.
According to decree 414-22, released this Wednesday night, Mr. Ángel Enrique Hernández Castillo was replaced by Fulcar, who worked, according to decree 356-20, as educational advisor to the President of the Republic.
Hernández Castillo had carried out several previous functions as Vice Minister of Technical and Pedagogical Services and director of the National Institute for Education and Training of Teachers (Inafocam), among other functions.
Fulcar’s dismissal comes just after several scandals of alleged overvaluation that were denounced by the media in recent months.
Hugo Beras, to the Intrant
President Abinader appointed Hugo Mario Leopoldo Beras-Goico Ramírez (Hugo Beras), who previously served in the Transportation Cabinet of the Executive Power, as executive director of the National Institute of Land Traffic and Transportation (Intrant).
Beras was a candidate for Mayor of the National District for the Dominican Revolutionary Party (PRD) but before the elections he went on to support the current mayor Carolina Mejía and the Modern Revolutionary Party (PRM).
When Mejía won, he was appointed general secretary of the capital city council.
Hugo Beras was appointed to replace Rafael Ernesto Arias Ramírez, who was appointed adviser to the Executive Branch on transportation matters.
Abinader also appointed Julio Ramón Cordero Espaillat as Deputy Minister of Administrative Management of the Ministry of Education and Erick Alberto Michael Guzmán as General Director of the Dominican Postal Institute (Inposdom).
Rafael Abrahán Burgos Gómez was appointed General Director of National Assets and will serve as honorary director of the State Sugar Council until its liquidation, while César Julio Cedeño Avila, the great political builder of former President Hipólito Mejía’s project, was appointed Consul General of the Dominican Republic. in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Venancio Alcántara Valdez was appointed as Director of Migration, replacing Reynaldo Enrique García Sánchez, who will serve as Consul General of the Dominican Republic in Boston, Massachusetts.
ARTICLE 1. Rafael Ernesto Arias Ramírez is appointed advisor to the Executive power in matters of transportation.
ARTICLE 2. Hugo Marino Beras-Goico Ramirez The Executive Director of the National Institute of Traffic and Land Transportation (INTRANT) is appointed.
ARTICLE 3. RAlberto Fulcar Encarnacion Minister of State without Portfolio is appointed.
ARTICLE 4. Angel Enrique Hernandez Castillo Minister of Education is appointed.
ARTICLE 5. Julio Ramón Cordero Espaillat is appointed Deputy Minister of Administrative Management of the Ministry of Education.
ARTICLE 6. Eriek Alberto Michael Guzman Nunez General Director of the Dominican Postal Institute (INPOSDOM) is appointed.
ARTICLE 7. Cesar Julio Cedeno Avila is appointed Consul General of the Dominican Republic in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
ARTICLE 8. Rafael Abraham Burgos Gomez He is appointed General Director of National Assets and will serve as honorary director of the State Sugar Council until its liquidation.
ARTICLE 9. Reynaldo Enrique Garcia Sanchez is appointed Consul General of the Dominican Republic in Boston. Massachusetts. United States of America.
ARTICLE 10. Venancio Alcantara Valdez General Director of the General Directorate of Migration is appointed.