Thursday 18 August 2022

Alvarado canceled visit to Puntarenas after mess with fishermen

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17 August 2022 - At The Banks - BCCR

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Costa Rica President Carlos Alvarado decided to cancel the visit to Puntarenas that he had planned for this Saturday, Casa Presidencial confirmed the morning on Friday.

The President had assured all week that he would be Puntarenas this weekend, despite the issue with fishermen who a week earlier stormed Government House in Zapote.

The Presidency did not delve into the reasons why the visit was canceled but coincides two days after representatives of the fishing sector claimed that they were left “defrauded” after a meeting with President Alvarado on Wednesday.

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The same day, spokesmen of the fishermen Mauricio González and Jorge Barrantes did not rule out that the sector will resume their protests scheduled for the beginning of next week.

On Thursday, at a press conference, Alvarado reiterated that the doors of dialogue and negotiation of the Presidency will remain open for fishermen and all sectors.

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