SANTO DOMINGO.-From being elected deputy in next Sunday’s elections, Jairo Muñoz intends to continue helping the most needy people in Santo Domingo Norte and promote projects that help youth achieve their goals.
Muñoz seeks the deputation on the ballot of the Dominican Revolutionary Party in SDN.
What are the main initiatives that you plan to submit to be elected?
Our main objective is to make the project “My first job” a reality, which will help young people to acquire work experience subsidized by the State and include the educational system; financial education and road education, so that young people come out with clear knowledge on these two issues so important today in our society, in search of development and being better citizens.
Why do you want to be a legislator?
It is our desire that the young person feel truly represented in the Lower House with someone who does speak their language and understand the problems and concerns that our generation has.
Why do you think the voters in your district should choose you?
We are a project full of new ideas, which knows the steps to take to benefit our municipality, our generation and above all, our country.
We have always been honest with our people, providing clear ideas and extending a friendly hand whenever it has been within our reach, and when it has not been, we have gone to the impossible to meet the expectations of the residents.
How will you differentiate yourself from legislators who are discredited by the people?
Above all, respecting the laws and our sacred Constitution, looking for sustainable alternatives over time to build a nation plan for the benefit of all, regardless of political flags, since our people are one and we are all children of this country blessed by God.
How expensive has the campaign been?
Our campaign has been based on social work, continuous work and constant effort, which is why economic matters have gone into the background, and we have received lesser material and financial contributions from different sources, all for good causes and help. to those who have needed it most.
— José Miguel de la Rosa to eldia.com.do