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The Ministerio de Educación Pública (MEP) – Ministry of Education – ordered the teacher investigated for the audios threatening President Carlos Alvarado and inciting violence to an administrative position. The woman, who identified herself as a teacher with 22 years of experience, has a history of unexcused absences and alleged verbal aggression.

Now she is also facing a process for the threats and breach of duties for the audios that circulated this weekend in which a female voice suggests that the president of the Republic should be shot in the head and bomb the media such as La Nación or Canal 7.

The MEP informed that the teacher will bot be in the classrooms while the Organismo de Investigacion Judicial (OIJ) continue their investigation, mainly voice analysis to determine if the woman is the person behind the threats.

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For her part, the Minister of Education, Guiselle Cruz, made public her “repudiation of all forms of discrimination or call to violence.”

“The job of the education system is to train comprehensively on the protection of life, institutionality and democracy, in a framework of inclusion, and in that direction the work points from administrative headquarters, regional directorates and educational centers,” she declared.

 

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