Wednesday 20 January 2021

Why is the president not paying attention to the AyA crisis?

“Nothing going on here” reads the tape president Carlos Alvarado uses to plug the problems at the AyA, while Juan Tico gets soaked and the AyA president does her nails

The president of the AyA (water and sewer utility) has come under fire the last few weeks for problems with billing, poor service and attempting to hike rates by 43%, while President Carlos Alvarado “se ha hecho la vista gorda” – turned a blind eye – to the problem.

On Tuesday, AyA president Yamileth Astorga said she would resign only if the president asked her.

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