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Outraged Citizens Calls On Presidenta To Fire Castro!

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In an open letter to Presidenta Laura Chinchilla, Roberto Mora Salazar requests the immediate dismissal of MOPT minister Pedro Castro and CCSS head, Christian Vargas.

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The the post blog titled “Incapacidad de dos mediocres la pagarán los ciudadanos” (All citizens pay for the mediocrity of two), Mora writes:

“…as an outraged citizen and mocked by the people you have in positions of authoritity at the MOPT (Pedro Castro) and the CCSS (Christian Vargas), I respectfully request the immediate dismissal from their posts because this country does not deserve the deception…”

Basta Ya
“Enough is Enough, Madam Presidenta, these gentlemen had full knowledge that those Bailey bridges would present problems with supports, as ground instability was evident…

The last straw! the engineers who needed a magic wand to predict that in the months of September and October, the river flow of the Maria Aguilar, would rise considerably. PLEASE!”

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Mora continues with, “…Doña Laura, please respect the intelligence of the people, do not try to cover this gaffe with the euphoria that we are going to the World Cup…you are spending millions trying to improve your image with the people that are resentful and overwhelmed by the excesses of your administration. I assure you that firm action will achieve you more popularity than you can with avertising campaigns.”

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Full copy of the text in Spanish.

Incapacidad de dos mediocres la pagarán los ciudadanos
By Roberto Mora Salazar on 11 septiembre, 2013 in Denuncias a la CCSS

Estimada señora Presidenta de la República doña Laura Chinchilla Miranda.

Como Presidenta de este hermoso País y superior jerárquica de la Administración Pública, le envío el respeto que su cargo se merece, sin embargo, como ciudadano indignado y burlado por las personas que Usted tiene en los cargos de Ministro de Transportes (Pedro Castro) y del Director del Consejo Nacional de Vialidad, Conavi, Ing Christian Vargas, le solicito respetuosamente los destituya de inmediato de sus puestos ya que este país no se merece más engaños y, muchísimo menos, las respuestas cantinflescas de ambos personeros ante los medios de comunicación, ya que con sus refutaciones han demostrado su total ignorancia e incapacidad en el campo de la ingeniería.

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“Basta Ya”, señora Presidenta, estos dos señores, tenían conocimiento de que esos cuatro puentes Bailey de la Circunvalación, presentarían problemas con sus soportes en sus extremos, ya que la inestabilidad del terreno era evidente y, por supuesto, era cuestión de horas para que se colapsaran.

¡El colmo!, dos ingenieros que necesitaban de una barita mágica para predecir que en los meses de setiembre y octubre, el caudal del río María Aguilar, subiría considerablemente. ¡POR FAVOR!

Aún así, el prepotente “Ing” Christian Vargas en declaraciones de hace 5 días ante los medios de comunicación, fue enfático en que él sabía lo que hacía y que las estructuras colocadas se encontraban como debía ser.

Doña Laura, por favor respete la inteligencia del Pueblo, no tratemos de tapar esta nueva metida de pata con la euforia que tenemos con el pase al mundial de futbol.  Pues, resulta que nuestro brillante Ministro nos adelanta que se harán trabajos provisionales (al estilo LA PLATINA) con costos multimillonarios que no servirán de nada.  ¿Y quién paga?, EL PUEBLO.

Como castigo y para que alguien pague los platos rotos de semejante quijotada, el Ministro Castro se saca de la manga que nos limitarán con un día más de restricción vehicular.  ¡Qué horror!

Usted está gastando millones en tratar de mejorar su imagen ante un pueblo resentido y agobiado por los desafueros de esta Administración, le aseguro que con acciones firmes Usted logrará más popularidad que las que pueda obtener con campañas publicitarias.

Atentamente;
Roberto Mora Salazar
Céd: 1-396-099
Cel: 8340-4504
Correo electrónico: roberto.romoxa@gmail.com
11 de Setiembre de 2013

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