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Bicameral Commission advances almost 40 articles in the study of the project of Law of domain extinction

The Bicameral Commission that is studying the draft Law on domain forfeiture trials for the civil confiscation of illicit assets, advanced this Friday to article 39 in the analysis of the legislative piece.

The president of this bicameral commission, Senator Pedro Catrain (Samaná), stressed that during the meeting they were reviewed article by article, from 15 to 39. “Today’s session has been very successful and we are going at a good pace,” he said. .

The senator from Samaná expressed his confidence that the initiative will be approved in the National Congress in the current legislature and reiterated that all national leadership is interested in the Law on forfeiture trials for the civil forfeiture of illicit assets becoming a reality .

The bill has the objective of establishing the legal framework for the regulation of the forfeiture of illicit assets, defining the consequences and powers of the authorities responsible for its application, recognizing the rights and guarantees of the interveners, laying down the fundamental principles for the operation of the system of administration of the assets that the law deals with; as well as the procedure required for its judicial declaration in favor of the Dominican State.

Two initiatives are being studied regarding the bill on domain forfeiture trials, one is authored by Senator Antonio Taveras Guzmán (Santo Domingo Province), while a second bill is by Senators Félix Bautista, Aris Yván Lorenzo and José Del Castillo Saviñón. .

In addition to Senator Catrain, Senators Antonio Taveras Guzmán (Santo Domingo Province), Félix Bautista (San Juan), Aris Yván Lorenzo (Elías Piña) and Milcíades Franjul (Peravia) were present at this Friday’s meeting.

On behalf of the Chamber of Deputies, Elías Báez de los Santos, vice president of the commission; Miguel Bogaert, Nelsa Soraya Suárez, José Miguel Ferreira, Plutarco Pérez, Luis Henríquez Beato, Ana Rodríguez de Aguasvivas, Víctor Fadul Lantigua, Tonty Rutinel Domínguez, Dorina Rodríguez, Ivania Rivera and Rogelio Genao Lanza.

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