Announced at the Dominican National Press Award 2022

SANTO DOMINGO, April 4 (Prinsa Latina) The Dominican Bonaparte Gautreau has been announced today in this capital as the winner of the 2022 National Press Prize.

The information was provided by a statement issued by the Ministry of Education (MINERD) and the Dominican Journalists Association (CDP), which indicated that the honor would be handed out during this month, at a ceremony presided over by the country’s President, Luis Abenader.

Gutro, a native of La Romana province, studied law and journalism at the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo, and was secretary to the constitutional government headed by Colonel Francisco Alberto Camanyo.

He published articles on the origin of the Meringian and the Dominican narrative and wrote Quintos del Abuelo Julio, La Ciudad Clandestina and Los Secretos del General, as well as the novel at the end of the rainbow.

For several years, he managed the cultural attaché of the newspaper El Nacional.

As it was known, Romanense was chosen by the unanimous vote of all the members of the jury, which consisted of the Minister of Education, Roberto Folcar; CDP President, Aurelio Henriquez and President of the Dominican Association of Newspapers, Percio Maldonado.

Additionally, Executive Director of the Dominican Association of Broadcasters, Rosa Olga Medrano; Director of the Department of Social Communication at the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo, Felix Almonte and journalists Jose P. Monegro, director of El Día newspaper; Migolina Crespo and Eddie Pereira, Secretary of the Prize.

Regarding the winner, Volkar said: “This is a recognition honoring the Dominican press, as the new national award is recognized for its great contributions to ethical professional practice and the defense of Dominican democracy.”

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