Monday 8 March 2021

PHOTOS: Protesters Boo Presidenta and Transport Minister

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From barriers erected by security forces, a crowd of protesters, from various parts of the country, chanted and booed Presidenta Laura Chinchilla and Transport Minister Pedro Castro, over the San José – San Ramón road concession.

Security forced had erected a metal barrier around the perimeter of the official area honouring Juan Santamaria day. The barrier placed at least 100 metre (300 feet) distance between the crown and the Presidenta.

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Photos courtesy of AmeliaRueda.com

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