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Presidenta Laura Chinchilla is publicly criticizing social groups opposed to the San José – San Ramón concession contract, looking to take the government to Court.

According to the Presidenta, commencing a court action will impede the process of the government putting an end to the concession contract with the OAS, as soon as possible.

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Chinchilla insists that the “mutual agreement” is the best way to bring the the situation to a close. Chinchilla said, “yes, sometimes you to give in to something, to ultimately solve a problem”.

On Friday, the Brazilian contractor awarded the road reconstruction project put on the table the figure of US$45.9 million dollars to walk away “mutually”.

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