The Dominican Republic has the right to protect its borders, preserve its national identity

Ricart - March 13 2014, 2:05 PM

The Dominican Republic has the right to protect its borders, preserve its national identity, and regulate immigrations to their territory.

The 168-13 ruling is the right mechanism to tackle those issues.

Dominican nationals of Haitian descent will be given the chance to formalize their legal status.

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