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Politics in What about your saucepans
What about your saucepans
Ten years in the life of a British woman
living in the Dominican Republic

Politics

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Chapter 3: Family life
"...Politicsout six months we moved out of the apartment, as it was not big enough for all of us. Not far away was a two-storey house with its own garden and an aged, gay Italian called Oscar living upstairs. He lived in Florida but used the house for holidays. Downstairs ..."

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"...Politics could say everyone was delighted for us, but whilst no one said anything, I could tell there was not universal approval at his announcement. No one from the UK would be coming to the wedding, apart from my best friend Sue, who was to be the madrina (a female ..."
"...Politicso (Engineer) José Luis Bencosme was also heavily involved in Politics and very ambitious. Although he lived in the capital he was often in Guayacanes, as there was talk they were going to split it away from San Pedro and make Guayacanes and Juan Dolio into their own municipality. If ..."
"...Politicsame time Danilo was spending more time with José Luis Bencosme and Franklin Compres involved with Politics, as well as his DNI work. Although we never argued and had a great relationship, some aspects of Dominican culture continued to frustrate me. Danilo seemed to have no concept of time. There ..."

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Chapter 6: Back to normal
"...Politicsontinued to be involved in Politics and there were several meetings in the house between him and José Luis Bencosme, who had been one of the witnesses at our wedding. José Luis was friends with the Diputado from San Pedro, José Maria Sosa. I suppose Diputado is the equivalent of ..."
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"... in my bathroom they had used it too. The whole garden was full of rubbish. At last it was all clean, although Oui Oui was heartbroken at the mess. If this was Politics, I was glad we were not too deeply involved. I had made several friends on the DR1 website. Shirley’s partner, Charlie, ..."
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"... elections for Senators and Deputies (Senadores and Diputados). I knew Danilo was enjoying being involved in Politics, and one evening after dinner he led me to the concrete table and bench under the palm trees next to the pool. “Lindsay,” he started a little haltingly, “I want to tell ..."
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"... “Why?” I asked, a little confused. “To be Mayor here you need to be very rich, or well-connected or be very high up in Politics. Look at Custodio, he’s a friend of the President, and on the main committees for the Party. You have no experience, no contacts, no nada.” “I want ..."

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Chapter 7: A new dream
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"... The whole area of finance was very important as other than my pension and a small amount from the colmado and the Spanish lessons, we had no income. Danilo had to resign from the Air Force, as it was not allowed for a member of any branch of the military or police to be involved in Politics. ..."
"...Politics up all night terrified the police would come back and arrest me. I told no one what was happening other than Ginnie in Puerto Plata. She knew a lot about Politics in the DR and it was good to have someone to talk to. She agreed it was a ..."

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Chapter 8: The fight goes on
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"... to see Ginnie and Shirley and she, like me, was grateful to get away from the mayhem for a few days. Politics here is crazy,” she said as we glided along the motorway, heading north. “Yes,” I agreed. “I had no idea it would be like this. I just know the local people want Danilo to ..."

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"...Politicsart, I missed Ginnie terribly as she was the one person who understood the local Politics. She and I would communicate every day, and she would give me advice. Most of our other friends had no idea what was going on, and only Ginnie knew about the situation with the ..."

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