An editorial in El Dia on 9 January 2019, speaks out to the lack of order that brings chaos to everyday living in the Dominican Republic. “More than being a ‘rich country poorly managed’ the Dominican Republic is in dire need of order in all the sense of the word,” reads the editorial.
The editorial highlights that the country needs order in transit, order in making queues, order in court, order in government bureaucracy. There is a need for order in daily living with neighbors, public transport, and paying taxes.
“We have everything to be a great country, but the lack of order impedes the country from realizing its potential,” writes the editorialist.
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10 January 2019