Tuesday, 11 August 2020

QToons: The White Elephant and The Unions

In the caricature by Crhoy.com, President Luis Guillermo Solis is caught between the white elephant (Recope) and the public sector unions, led by Albino Vargas. The President’s mascot looks on.

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