Sunday 26 September 2021

Crisis in Presidenta’s Image is Responsibility of All Cabinet Ministers: Minister of Communications

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The minister of Communications, Carlos Roverssi, speaking on national radio Monday morning on the image of Presidenta Laura Chinchilla, said that the crisis of the image of the government, described as the worst in the last six governments by a public opinion poll, is the responsibility of “each and every one of us (the ministers)”.

The poll was taken by Unimer for the Spanish language daily La Nacion.

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Roverssi said it is unfair that “it all falls on the Presidenta”.

The minister said that the Governing Council (Cabinet) will discuss on Tuesday “rectifying the mistakes we’re making”.

The spokesperson for the Presidenta assures that the government will meet almost everything promised and that anyone who cheers the survey results “is not a good Costa Rican”.

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