Tuesday 21 March 2023

The “Trocha” Hits The Courts 8 Years Later

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21 March 2023 - At The Banks - BCCR

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La Trocha, officially national route 1856, is a trail developed in 2010 by the government of Laura Chinchilla Miranda (2010-2014) through a national emergency decree in the face of the border dispute with Nicaragua.

The route was never fully completed and ceased to be a priority for the executive, costing taxpayers millions of colones and becoming one of Costa Rica’s never-ending scandals, resuing in the accusation of twenty-six (among companies and people) of committing irregularities in the construction.

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Today, as the Trocha celebrates its 8th anniversary of legal process, at least six of the accused will never step in court as they attempt to mediate a solution.

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