Commission investigated sale of Los Tres Brazos neighborhood concludes operation must be annulled

SANTO DOMINGO .- Commission appointed by the President to investigate the sale of land in the neighborhood Los Tres Brazos in Santo Domingo The latter recommended to the agent the annulment of the contract, considering that it is "questionable in its very essence" and that it was carried out in violation of the Constitution, the Public Company Reform Law and the Public Service Law, Which should never have been carried out in the terms in which it was made.

The commission composed of Flavio Darío Espinal, Legal Adviser to the Executive Branch; José Dantés, in charge of Qualification, and Lidio Cadet, director of Ethics and Governmental Integrity, concluded that the internal procedure for the approval of the sale of an entire neighborhood was "precarious and irregular."

 In addition to selling the 153-A-2 parcel (with 910,054 mts²) covering most of the Los Tres Brazos sector, the Dominican Corporation of State Enterprises (Corde) also ceded to Inversiones Fernández Parache (Infepa) another two parcels corresponding to that demarcation in an amount of RD $ 8 million.

Apart from selling the 153-A-2 parcel (with 910,054 mts²) covering most of the Los Tres Brazos , The Dominican Corporation of State Enterprises (Corde) also ceded to the company Inversiones Fernández Parache (Infepa) another two parcels corresponding to that demarcation in an amount of RD $ 8 million.

He also said that the commercial scheme was highly detrimental to the Dominican state and that the public interest was injured by private interest.

Read also: Los Tres Brazos, ceded by RD $ 72 million to company

It considered that the operation was carried out at a very low cost, while the companies Titulatec and established a business with projections of exhorbitant profits.

Read: Corde sold another part of Los Tres Brazos to RD $ 21 the meter

In addition, says the report read by Espinal, the works of delindes are affected of errors and serious discrepancies. The State should not recognize sales and demand nullity.

See the full report here https://goo.gl/Cza0Om

Indicates that the State must guarantee rights to purchasers in good faith as well as to financial entities that have financed part of such purchases

"The State must guarantee to the remaining occupants that it has not yet purchased, that it will implement actions to convert them from simple occupants into proprietors of their lands to gratuitous titles or for consideration, according to the socioeconomic condition of each one", the report states .

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