President Abinader swears in the Central American and Caribbean Games Organizing Committee 2026

President Luis Abinader swore in the members of the Organizing Committee for the 2026 Central American and Caribbean Games in a ceremony held at the National Palace, in which he stated the government’s support for the holding of this great regional sporting event.

After taking the oath, the president told the members of the Organizing Committee that the Government will have all the support to meet the objectives of a successful Central American and Caribbean Games.

President Abinader took the oath of the Organizing Committee made up of José P. Monegro, who will chair it; Felipe Vicini, first vice president; Antonio Acosta; second vice president; José Manuel Ramos, third vice president; Francisco Camacho, Minister of Sports and General Secretary of the Committee; Mercedes Canalda, Treasurer; Deligne Ascencion, Minister of Public Works; Carolina Mejía, Mayor of the National District; Frank Elías Rainieri, member; Carlos Iglesias, member; Fernando Langa, member.

José Monegro said that for the members of the Organizing Committee it is a challenge that fills them with satisfaction because they will have to coordinate the goodwill of eleven million Dominicans to mount an event with an optimal level of quality.

He pointed out that the assembly work of the event will be based on four pillars: that they be an attractive, austere, inclusive and transparent event.

“These will be colorful games because we Dominicans have shown that when we join forces we are capable of doing great things; austere because we are a developing country and in the process of economic recovery, so we must invest efficiently what needs to be invested in what needs to be invested, without waste,” said the president of the Organizing Committee.

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Regarding transparency, he stated that the country has advanced in citizen awareness and the obligation that public actions be carried out in a transparent manner and that they be subject to public scrutiny.

He elaborated on the concept of integration, noting that the Central American and Caribbean Games are an opportunity for Dominicans to join forces around the same goal.

The swearing-in ceremony was attended by the Administrative Minister of the Presidency, José Ignacio Paliza; the administrator of the Banco de Reservas, Samuel Pereira and the Director of Customs, Eduardo Sanz Lovatón.

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