The Senate recognizes the Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree of the Dominican Republic

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    The president of the Senate, Eduardo Estrella, led this Tuesday the act of recognition to the Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree of the Dominican Republic, for his philanthropy and his work in the philosophical, educational, progressive and patriotic fields in favor of the nation.

    The recognition, embodied in a parchment, initiative of Senator Dr. Iván Silva (La Romana). It was delivered by the President of the Senate, Eduardo Estrella (Santiago), to Dr. Eduardo Mejía Jabid, a physician by profession, Sovereign Grand Commander of the Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree of the Dominican Republic.

    Eduardo Estrella highlighted the work carried out in favor of the best national interests and the philanthropic work of the Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree of the Dominican Republic and especially its Grand Commander, Dr. Eduardo Mejía Jabid.

    “His philanthropy and his noble service in favor of the Nation speak positively of that great institution, which has given it great prestige. And with Dr. Eduardo Mejía Jabid we are united by a relationship that could be considered a brotherhood,” said the president of the Senate.

    The senator from La Romana, Iván Silva, proponent of the Recognition Resolution, highlighted the work carried out by the Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree and its Grand Commander, which motivated the legislator to identify with his actions.

    Eduardo Mejía Jabid, Grand Commander of the Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree, thanked Senators Iván Silva and Franklin Romero, in addition to the Senate Plenary, for the work carried out during the study and approval of the legislative initiative with which the entity was recognized who drives.

    Mejía Jabid highlighted that the long and extensive work of the Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree of the Dominican Republic, in which the Father of the Nation, Juan Pablo Duarte, the Trinitarios, the Restauradores and almost all the presidents of the Dominican Republic, have been part of Freemasonry and of that Supreme Council.

    In the recognition, the Senate highlights the Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree for its contributions in the analysis of the social, cultural and political reality, “with which it has contributed to the strengthening of the democratic institutions and the social values ​​of the Dominican Republic,” he maintains. the resolution.

    In addition to the president of the Senate, Eduardo Estrella (Santiago), and senators Iván Silva (La Romana), Lía Díaz Santana (Azua) and Franklin Romero (Duarte), senators Antonio Marte (Santiago Rodríguez); Carlos Gómez (Espaillat); Franklin Peña (San Pedro de Macorís); Melania Salvador (Bahoruco) and Virgilio Cedano (La Altagracia).