The president of the Chamber of Deputies, Alfredo Pacheco, said in Madrid that the congressmen are preparing to hear the electoral law, the electronic invoicing law, and the trust law that is in the Senate of the Republic in the extraordinary legislature. , among other projects.
The congressman attends the International Tourism Fair (Fitur 2023) in the company of a commission of six deputies.
He maintained that every year they attend Fitur, invited by the Ministry of Tourism, in commission, because tourism in general needs important projects such as holidays and Three Kings Day to be known, as they did in the last session, including several tourist poles such as El Seibo, which includes Miches; that of Hato Mayor, that of San Francisco de Macorís, with mountain tourism.
He emphasized that they are also working on trusts for tourism and on important laws for the sector and that require the participation of different political forces in the National Congress.
“That is why this commission is made up of the spokesperson for the PLD, the spokesperson for the People’s Force, the president of the Chamber and other deputies from all political parties,” he said.
Pacheco indicated that the Chamber of Deputies worked during all the holidays of the Christmas season and was drawing up all the projects. He said that pending projects are in charge of the Senate of the Republic.
The president of the Chamber of Deputies indicated that work is being done on the electoral law, a project that is under study by a commission and will be known when the plenary renders its report.
Pacheco explained that for this reason the President of the Republic convened an extraordinary legislature and the deputies convened the coordinating commission which met last Friday, which was a holiday, and continued the work of this legislature.
He maintained that the next session corresponds to him on January 25 to learn about the pending projects and five other plenary sessions.
Pacheco explained the presence of the deputies in the Fitur and justified the approval of the Pedernales trust because he saw the people of the town of Pedernales “thrown into the streets” in support of the project, regardless of many people who do not know that it is a trust.