Friday, 4 December 2020

President Solís’ Message “Remains a Literary Fiction”

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QCOSTARICA – Critical of the current administration and President’s message Sunday night on national television is Leislator and former presidential candidate, Otto Guevara, of the Movimiento Liberatio.

Guevara said the President’s message on national television, ‘remains a literary fiction.”

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According to legislator, “the office President is a very serious commitment to come in learning and improving, without a plan and without an articular team or a clear vision of the country and what most the people want.”

In his message, Solís cited the achievements by his government, including successes in infrastructure.

But, Guevara questions what would have been of the Limon port contract with APM terminals had not the Chinchilla government signed it?

“You said that Costa Rica is not to be played with, yet his government plays with the present and the future of the young people, adults, women heads of household (…),” said Guevara.

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Legislator and former presidential candidate, Otto Guevara

For her part, former President Laura Chinchilla, for the second time in less than a week has blasted the government of Luis Guillermo Solís, for “copying” everything criticized during the presidential campaign.

The latest is the government initiative to launch a digital media to report on the government’s work.

“I agree with the Director of Communications… unfortunately his political party discouraged it, issuing various criticism of my government in the electoral campaign on the actions they are now emulating,’ said Chinchilla.

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