Through the early years from the 21st century, this Dominican Revolutionary Get together member-turned-Liberation Get together leader offered two conditions as President from the Dominican Republic. He spent his senior high school years in Washington Heights, NEW YORK, and came back to his indigenous Dominican Republic to review law in the Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo. The finish of his 1st term as Chief executive and the start of his second had been separated by an interval of four years; he was re-elected in 2004 due to the overall economy precipitated from the guidelines of Chief executive Hipólito Mejía. His relationship to fellow politician (and potential Dominican Republic Vice Chief executive) Margarita Cedeño de Fernández led to a daughter called Yolanda América María Fernández. Fellow Liberation Party politician Danilo Medina been successful Fernández in 2012 as Chief executive from the Dominican Republic.