Maritza Hernández honored for her distinguished professional career
With the purpose of honoring her distinguished professional career in the area of law, the Minister of Labor Maritza Hernández received two separate awards from the Bar Association of the Dominican Republic and the Corriente Gremial Dignidad Jurídica.
Maritza Hernández received a plaque and a certificate from the hands of the Presidents of the Bar Association of the Dominican Republic and the Corriente Gremial Dignidad Jurídica, Diego José Aquino and Daniel Rondón Monegro, respectively.
The Minister said that she was fully aware of all the work that remains to be done, but also of her great responsibility to the unions and the whole country. She renewed her commitment to continue working on behalf of the best interests of all citizens.
Hernández acknowledged the support she received from her entire family for the development of her professional life, and emphasized the space provided by the Party for Dominican Liberation for her political career.
For his part, Diego José Aquino praised the tenacious work of Hernández, which led her to be part of a distinguished group of 35 lawyers who were considered for this distinction, on the 31st anniversary of the creation of the union that took place on Monday.
Meanwhile, Daniel Rondón Monegro, current President of Corriente Dignidad Jurídica, highlighted the professional performance of the Minister of Labor, Maritza Hernández.
The following persons attended this activity: the Dean of the School of Legal Sciences of the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo (UASD), Antonio Medina Calcaño; the President of the School of Law of the UASD, Bautista López; the President of the Confederación Patronal Dominicana (COPARDOM) (Confederation of Dominican Employers), Jaime González; as well as Ligia Bonetti, President of the Industry Association.
The event was held at the Manuel del Cabral Hall of the UASD Pedro Mir Library. Also in attendance were Rafael Pérez Modesto, General Manager of the National Council for Social Security and Gabriel del Río Dañé, of the Confederación Autónoma Sindical Clasista (CASC).