Saturday, 4 July 2020

Opposition asks government to put aside CO2 to boost economic reactivation

With the economy wilting and employment falling, the opposition is asking the government of Carlos Alvarado to put carbonization aside and focus on boosting the economy.

 

Opposition asks government to put aside CO2 to boost economic reactivation

 

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