Sunday 16 May 2021

Nepotsim In The Chancery

Costa Rica’s first Vice-President and Foreign Minister, Epsy Campbell, is under scrutiny for allegedly illegal appointments in the Foreign Ministry.

An investigation against Campbell was opened “ex officio”, after several cases were reported by the press.

The trial against Campbell was opened ex officio, after several cases were reported by the press. The lastest the appointment of her goddaughter to a key post.

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