Relaxed and speaking more freely than in the past, Presidenta Laura Chinchilla defined her government’s priority in the final stretch of her administration, at a press conference Tuesday following a cabinet meeting.
The Presidenta said that in the last four months of her administration the priority will be on the country’s road infrastructure.
She explained that she will give orders for “major advances” in some works and the completion of others.
Among the works the Presidenta referred to are Ruta 1856, also known as La Trocha, the border road that runs parallel to the San Juan river; the road to San Carlos; the expansion of the Cañas-Liberia section of the Interamericana; the road between Chilamate and Vuelta de Kooper, in Sarapiquí; and the road between Villa Real and 27 de Abril, in Santa Cruz de Guancaste.
Monteverde, San Antonio de Belen and Santa Ana are also areas the Presidenta mentioned.
In addition, Chinchilla said medical, social and educational centres will get government attention in the final stretch. And lest we not forget the ports, that will see “significant” advances before May 8.
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