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bospat15

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A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« on: July 05, 2020, 10:48:27 PM »


It's no surprise but minus major shenanigans looks like Abinadar has won.

For those of us that having been hanging around the island for the last ten years or so it will be interesting to see how things shape up over the next few months. I'm not expecting major changes but certainly there will be  change.

Biggest question of all for foreigners  operating on the island  is can your fixer still get the job done or do you need a new fixer....

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Dominicantoday has not updated yet so those of you that cannot read Spanish this would be a good time to start learning LOL.... Or just use a translator to get rough context

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Re: A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2020, 05:30:32 AM »
Hopefully he'll legalize hookah again lol
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Re: A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2020, 05:42:32 AM »
Not sure about this red light district in sosua. He was former prosecutor fired by Fernandez trying to tamp down on corruption.  I do not see the PRM party being wide open on prostitution.

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Re: A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« Reply #3 on: July 06, 2020, 08:42:34 AM »
Yeah it'll be interesting. Some of the chicas I'm talking to hit me up about it and are pretty happy he won. No matter what the change is we mongers will have to adapt. Worse case move on but I doubt it will be that drastic of a change.
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bospat15

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Re: A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« Reply #4 on: July 06, 2020, 11:56:15 AM »

The DR is an emerging economy and until Cuba is free to fully develop it's tourism sector the DR will likely continue to see significant economic  growth. Add to that the potential to build out other segments of the economy such as light manufacturing and technology services the country has really good potential for the next 30 years or so.

What this means is the country will continue to build out a middle class, upper middle class, etc. In this environment the era of unabated open air prostitution markets will likely never return in mass. Does that mean the DR will cease to be a place where the average guy can go and have a great time with whatever type of women he is looking for? The answer is no. For those willing to show some respect to the culture and local people the DR will always be a great destination to visit and enjoy yourself. I always like to say that regardless of the changes happening in the country if you go to the DR and are not able to meet the type of woman of your liking and have a great time on the island the problem is likely you and has nothing to do with the country or changes in the country.


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Re: A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« Reply #5 on: July 06, 2020, 01:26:40 PM »
Going to be a slow and  gradual  Change post corona,,, mabey 5 years, Not still coronas in the rearview mirror,, and regular tourist trickle back in...Same as mongering  not every one can go,, so its going to be a slow ramp up,,,Change is always constant and every thing is subject to change !!!!

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Re: A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« Reply #6 on: July 07, 2020, 01:50:48 AM »


After looking a little further at the election outcomes yesterday I'm thinking that actually some quick changes may actually be in order across the island.

The president elects party, the PRM, won the Presidency, The Senate and the Chamber of deputies. This means they will be able to sail new legislation into law as far as I understand.

That new day may be coming sooner than some of us thought.

Main question still is can your fixer still get the job done or do you need a new fixer. Looks like just about all government positions will be turned over in the coming months.

If visiting the DR in the next couple months it might be a very good time to avoid getting into any confrontations

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Re: A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« Reply #7 on: July 07, 2020, 05:16:10 AM »
Not sure about this red light district in sosua. He was former prosecutor fired by Fernandez trying to tamp down on corruption.  I do not see the PRM party being wide open on prostitution.

Is the PRM party liberal conservative or libertarian ?
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Re: A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« Reply #8 on: July 07, 2020, 06:00:07 AM »
Not sure about this red light district in sosua. He was former prosecutor fired by Fernandez trying to tamp down on corruption.  I do not see the PRM party being wide open on prostitution.

Is the PRM party liberal conservative or libertarian ?

The party identifies as a "political organization of a polyclassist nature and of a democratic, liberal and progressive orientation, whose objective is to guide the Dominican people towards human development, guaranteeing the material and spiritual improvement of the population, in an environment of democracy and freedom. This party guides its performance in the ideals of the founders of the Dominican homeland."

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Re: A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« Reply #9 on: July 07, 2020, 10:39:56 AM »
Not sure about this red light district in sosua. He was former prosecutor fired by Fernandez trying to tamp down on corruption.  I do not see the PRM party being wide open on prostitution.

Is the PRM party liberal conservative or libertarian ?

The PRM is a relatively new party itself but they are composed of many members that split from the party that just lost power. I don't think the exact Liberal conservative split that we have in the U.S. applies but just to draw an analogy I would say it would be likely to expect them to be left leaning conservatives. In practice most major issues are decided depending on where the money is flowing for that particular issue. Social support and a social safety net is slowly emerging in the DR. The democracy is fairly strong and as a result politicians are slowly starting to respond to the needs of the people out of necessity. Corruption unfortunately is still a major issue but again slowly being recognized and improved.

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Re: A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« Reply #10 on: July 07, 2020, 12:31:36 PM »
Not sure about this red light district in sosua. He was former prosecutor fired by Fernandez trying to tamp down on corruption.  I do not see the PRM party being wide open on prostitution.

Is the PRM party liberal conservative or libertarian ?

The PRM is a relatively new party itself but they are composed of many members that split from the party that just lost power. I don't think the exact Liberal conservative split that we have in the U.S. applies but just to draw an analogy I would say it would be likely to expect them to be left leaning conservatives. In practice most major issues are decided depending on where the money is flowing for that particular issue. Social support and a social safety net is slowly emerging in the DR. The democracy is fairly strong and as a result politicians are slowly starting to respond to the needs of the people out of necessity. Corruption unfortunately is still a major issue but again slowly being recognized and improved.

The Christianity aspect is why I say I am not sure they will would endorse a red-light district in sosua.  That is why I said before all this talk of the red light district and building of new spots was premature before the election.  Most people here do not give a shit about the politics just the chicks, but in this case it could matter a lot. There is a religious platform to this group where PLD is more capitalistic.  My boy is down with PRSC so I will get info soon enough.

Also, this board you have to talk more than about hoes or you could.be lost when changes happen in the country
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Re: A New Day begins for the DR: New President
« Reply #11 on: July 07, 2020, 01:16:00 PM »
Not sure about this red light district in sosua. He was former prosecutor fired by Fernandez trying to tamp down on corruption.  I do not see the PRM party being wide open on prostitution.

Is the PRM party liberal conservative or libertarian ?

The PRM is a relatively new party itself but they are composed of many members that split from the party that just lost power. I don't think the exact Liberal conservative split that we have in the U.S. applies but just to draw an analogy I would say it would be likely to expect them to be left leaning conservatives. In practice most major issues are decided depending on where the money is flowing for that particular issue. Social support and a social safety net is slowly emerging in the DR. The democracy is fairly strong and as a result politicians are slowly starting to respond to the needs of the people out of necessity. Corruption unfortunately is still a major issue but again slowly being recognized and improved.

The Christianity aspect is why I say I am not sure they will would endorse a red-light district in sosua.  That is why I said before all this talk of the red light district and building of new spots was premature before the election.  Most people here do not give a shit about the politics just the chicks, but in this case it could matter a lot. There is a religious platform to this group where PLD is more capitalistic.  My boy is down with PRSC so I will get info soon enough.

Also, this board you have to talk more than about hoes or you could.be lost when changes happen in the country

Their is definitely a hardcore religions aspect to the culture in the DR just like the rest of Latin America however from a governing aspect I would be surprised if they had any issues with a red light district as long as it did not try to go back to the day's of packs of chicas strolling the streets plying their trade in the street. I think those days are over for good. Working girls doing their thing in clubs or even casas that are run properly will probably have their place in the country for a long time to come but as with everything else will go through periods of ups and downs.

I would not invest my own money in it but if I had to make a bet I would say the area for the red light district in Sosua will likely go forward but what it looks like two years after it initially opens will probably significantly change.

 


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