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Emmanuel Castillo, of Santiago's La ...
Emmanuel Castillo, of Santiago's La Informacion is the new vice president; Miguel Franjul of Listin Diario, executive secretary; Adriano Miguel Tejada, of Diario Libre, Treasurer, and Osvaldo Santana, of El Caribe, delegate.
Adriano Tejada, Director of ...
Adriano Tejada, Director of Diario Libre said: "The election results testify to the incredible accuracy of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner's polling.
, Director de Diario Libre
dijo: "La elección prueba la increíble precisión de las encuestas de Greenberg Quinlan Rosner.
DR1 - Daily News Wednesday, 18 May 2005
Adriano Miguel Tejada, the executive editor of Diario Libre, writes today in his second page editorial that Haiti and Haitians are touchy subjects for the Dominican national conscience.
Tejada, a political scientist and lawyer, says that before it was easy: Dominicans hated Haitians, from whom the nation had become independent and "we used Haitians to scare little children."
With the development of people's consciences, the country began to recognize the Haitians as a hard working people and worthy of better luck.
Many such people express their feelings with gifts to poor children, evidently Haitian, that are begging in the streets as well as the many that live and work together with Dominicans.
Tejada goes on to say that the increase in the Haitian immigration due to the internal problems of that nation, their disposition to work for less pay than Dominicans at the hardest jobs, causes their presence among Dominicans to become a problem for many people.
Added to that reality is the fact that there are many higher class Haitians that compete in the bars for the favors of women, plus the undeniable influence of drug trafficking from Haiti, that, itself, had become a sort of narco-state, and the increase in delinquency, and we have all the ingredients for an explosive situation.
Tejada calls for Dominicans to stay calm, saying that the country needs the Haitians and the Dominican Republic is certainly not going to invade Haiti and bring all of those problems upon itself.
The editor of Diario Libre, ...
The editor of Diario Libre, lawyer and historian Adriano Miguel Tejada, commented that the guilty verdict has served the Dominican judicial system's best interests.While admitting that the verdict would surely be appealed not only by the defense lawyers, but also by the Office for the Prevention of Corruption (now called DPCA), the editor praised the organization and order with which the sentence was pronounced.According to Tejada, in the final analysis the most important thing is that the judicial institutions get good marks from the public and that the system proves that it works.
Adriano Miguel ...
Adriano Miguel Tejada
...Adriano Tejada has been a member of our Board of Directors since May 2004.Since 2000, Mr. Tejada has been the editor of several newspapers in the Dominican Republic and served as press secretary for President Leonel Fernandez from 1997 to 2000.
...Since June 2004, Mr. Tejada has been the Director of Omnimedia, which produces the Diario Libre newspaper and magazine publications.Mr. Tejada holds a law degree from Universidad Cat,lica Madre y Maestra and a Master of Arts in Political Science from Temple University, Philadelphia.Mr. Tejada also was an associate professor and dean at Pontificia Universidad Cat,lica Madre y Maestra and a Fulbright scholar who studied journalism and political history at the University of Pittsburgh.