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Santo Domingo.- All activities in the town of Baitoa, Santiago province were halted  from 6am Thursday, as residents demand the construction of a new cemetery, but the Councilmembers decided to build the new City Hall on the land designated.

Since early morning townsfolk blocked the streets with trash, tree trunks and other objects, to support the construction of the cemetery.

Residents of the highland town began the protest Wednesday with a walk through the town, clashing with police sent to maintain order.

The previous City Council bought the land to build the new site, but current mayo Radhames Rojas decided to build the municipal offices, despite opposition from residents.

Baitoa’s cemetery dates to the early 1900s, and has no more space for new burials.

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7 comment(s)
Written by: rokete, 21 Feb 2014 11:12 AM
From: Dominican Republic, (( DEPORT THE HAITIANS, BUILD THE BORDER WALL ! )) The only thing necessary for the triumph of Haitian evil is for good Dominican men to do nothing.

With all the money being wasted in trivial things in this country,

the people of Baitoa deserve to have both, a decent cemetery and a worthy municipal office complex.

This is town is growing rapidly, and the country benefits from these people,

with agricultural production, plus the money transfer from those that migrated to the US.

Demand much more Baitoa,

your hard working people deserve,

much more than you are asking.
Written by: zooma, 21 Feb 2014 1:13 PM
From: United States, and Dominican Republic

rokete,

You have presented a post with a modicum of intelligence and thought. You are able to progress !



Written by: Ricardolito, 21 Feb 2014 1:29 PM
From: Dominican Republic, Zona Colonial
Thanks to the archaic thought processes of the Vatican ,the Roman Catholic Church still is opposed to cremation ..whereas throughout the world the overwhelming number of the dead are cremated ....If there were three or four more crematoriums we would not need all these cemetaries that are usually unkept and we could have ashes kept in stell boxes cemented into brick walls or in cement in the ground ,,A fraction of the space would be needed , we would not have to worry about the coffin robbers and the country would better off We all know the soul departs the physical body after death so why keep the body .
Written by: danny00, 21 Feb 2014 2:21 PM
From: United States, Acropolis 114 santo DOMINGO
Please leave two spots next to each other for Guilliermone and Roket their family's in the campo haven't the Pesos to bury these two "Walking Dead Souls"... Both are Brain Dead but they just don't know it......they walk around Puerto Plata Counting Haitians......bury them next to some Gay Haitians so can have what they wanted all their Lives....Make sure they get their Food Stamps where they are going they will need them...
Written by: CadeJ, 21 Feb 2014 8:58 PM
From: Dominican Republic, Altamira
no zooma, I think someone has hijacked rokete's account! :D
Written by: rokete, 22 Feb 2014 1:28 AM
From: Dominican Republic, (( DEPORT THE HAITIANS, BUILD THE BORDER WALL ! )) The only thing necessary for the triumph of Haitian evil is for good Dominican men to do nothing.

Don't bother praising my comments.

I look for no ones approval.

My objective is to safeguard my Dominican Nationality,

from the Haitian invasion.

Against the Hispaniola Hidden Fusion Agenda.

This is why ..........


youtube.com/watch?v=8MePQ6pm3hM


Written by: curios1, 22 Feb 2014 11:34 PM
From: United States, right where im standin
a place to burry the dead. I don't think that's asking to much.
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