Friday 24 September 2021

President Solis Considers Arias Criticism “Inappropriate and Disrespectful”

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de1b33faf5e38f8e2355dae3db9b9aab(QCOSTARICA) – President Luis Guillermo Solis called “inappropriate and disrespectful” the comments made by former president Oscar Arias (2006-2010), posted on the social media over the weekend criticism against his current administration.

Solis when he learned of the commentary on Sunday, he was attending flood victims in Turrialba.

On Sunday, on his personal Facebook page, Arias said, “it is said that things have to get worse before they can get better. With this government it seems things have to get worse … to then worsen.”

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Solis said he would not make further comment, but, confirmed that he is still looking for an opening in his agenda to personally meet with Arias and the other former presidents to address the country’s fiscal situation.

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