This documentary film shows the political and social events most important developments in the Dominican Republic during the period from the first of July 1966, the date of the inauguration of Dr. Balaguer as Constitutional President of the Republic, on 16 August 1974, the day he finished his second term and was sworn in for a third período.Utilizando throughout the narrative images and sounds of the era, the documentary highlights the climate of disrespect for the most basic human rights that prevailed during the administrations of Dr. Balaguer, and the violent repression that this president used to unleash against their opponents
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Have you watched Balaguer: La violencia del poder yet? What did you think about it?