Conep supports the call to depoliticize the education sector

The president of the National Council of Private Enterprise (Conep), Celso Juan Marranzini, pointed out that this Business union supports the call made by President Luis Abinader to “depoliticize” the issue of educational quality.

“Education policy must transcend efforts and look to the future. We want to insist that the institutions of the educational sector can optimally execute the plans and achieve results commensurate with the investment made,” said Marranzini.

When speaking during the act of celebration of the 60th anniversary of Conepthe businessman referred to some challenges that deserve prioritized attention by society, such as improving the quality of education, strengthening social security and the electricity sector.

“The Dominican Social Security system must be strengthened. We must evolve a universal coverage system that increasingly guarantees the comprehensive protection of the affiliate’s health, and that ensures more and better pensions in the labor retirement stage, all of which must be sustained over time. In the electricity sector, there are reasons to feel optimistic. We have witnessed significant advances in power generation, with an accelerated transition to renewable sources. In the year 2000, our generation matrix depended 88% on petroleum derivatives, but in 2023 only 14%”added the president of Conep.

Celebration of the 60th anniversary of the National Council of Private Enterprise

Celebration of the 60th anniversary of the National Council of Private Enterprise

60 years celebration

The act of the 60th anniversary of Conep was headed by the Vice President of the Republic, Raquel Peñawho stated that the private sector “can count” on the Government to continue creating and taking advantage of all the growth opportunities that arise for the business fabric, and that they have in the representatives of the Executive Power “a ready ear to listen to their proposals and concerns and arms ready and willing to carry out the actions that are necessary for the well-being of all”.

“Our Government is very grateful for their performance and for each of the contributions they make, both in the development of policies and good practices, as well as in the products and services they offer, and in the opportunity they give Dominican workers to raise their quality of life,” said the deputy president.

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While the executive vice president of the Conep, Cesar Dargamhighlighted the participation of the private sector in the economic development of the country.

“The private sector provides 85% of jobs, generates 100% of tax revenue to finance vital public investment projects, creates products and services, and through this guarantees that they improve people’s quality of life,” he said. Dargam.

In the event, the founding organizations were recognized, which contributed to the construction of the legacy of Conep; Employers Confederation of the Dominican Republic (Copardom); the Association of Industries of the Dominican Republic (AIRD); the Dominican Association of Landowners and Farmers (ADHA) and the Chamber of Commerce and Production of Santo Domingo (CCPSD).

Likewise, to 10 past presidents for having led an extraordinary management that contributed to build the history of these 60 years of contributions to the development of the country from the National Council of Private Enterprise.

These were José del Carmen Ariza, José Vitienes, José Manuel Paliza, Celso Marranzini Pérez, Marino Ginebra, Elena Viyella de Paliza, Lisandro Macarrulla, Manuel Díez Cabral, Rafael Blanco Canto and Pedro Brache.

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