Tuesday, 7 July 2020

President complains because he inherited a “mortgaged” country

 

In the CRhoy.com caricature, we see President Carlos Alvarado (left) painting the typical Costa Rican country house, at the precipice of the Fiscal Deficit, while his predecessor Luis Guillermo Solis and his “official mascot” looks on from the firm ground.

“The Alvarado administration said it will ask the Ministry of Finance for an accounting of the deficit.

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