Thomas denied that the measure has a political bias and that it is related to frequent complaints from organizations in that country about the intensity of repatriation of undocumented immigrants to the country.
Santo Domingo.- The United States had been investigating alleged violations of workers’ rights in Central Romana for more than a decade, as revealed this Wednesday by the charge d’affaires at the US embassy, Robert Thomas, who criticized his government’s decision to block upheld. the entry of Dominican Chinese into its territory, while also stressing that Central Romana has a long and unfortunate history of not treating its workers well.
Meanwhile, a group of businessmen stood in charge of the US embassy in protest against an alert issued by that diplomatic headquarters about alleged racial discrimination in the country.
Furthermore, the US official denied that these actions are related to an increase in repatriation of Haitians criticized by US organizations.
Thomas denied that the measure had a political bias and that it was related to the country’s continued complaints from organizations about the intensity of repatriation of undocumented immigrants to the country and that the Dominican Republic had recognized its sovereignty after To implement immigration policies, said it is the responsibility of the government to decide whether to set up refugee camps or not.
The luncheon was held in the conspicuous absence of the Dominican business leadership, which expressed disgust at the embassy’s statement that black Americans are discriminated against.