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President Solís to deliver “First 100 Days” address on Thursday

 

President Luis Guillermo Solís (Photo: Casa Presidencial)

President Luis Guillermo Solís (Photo: Casa Presidencial)

August 27th, 2014 (InsideCostaRica.com) President Luis Guillermo Solis will present his “first 100 days” report to an audience of 1,000 invited guests at the Teatro Popular Melico Salazar Thursday at 7 p.m.

 

The address is expected to be aired on national television and radio and last two hours.

 

Solís is expected to spend considerable time reporting the condition in which he found the government and various public institutions left by former president, Laura Chinchilla.

 

Chinchilla has said in recent weeks that she is prepared to publicly defend the actions of her presidency should Solís’ report be overly critical of her former administration.

 

Solís is also expected to report on his actions since taking office and his plans for the future.

 

Solís pledged to run his administration as a “glass house” and tackle corruption “eating away” at the country and economy when he was inaugurated in May.

 

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  • roberto

    I hope that he informs the public on the status of the criminal investigations of the multi-million dollar scandals and crimes involved with La Trocha.

  • Upset with goverment of CR

    I hope the new prez tells the truth about last PLN goverment. Its time to put some of these EX PLN in JAIL.

    • Karen Mata

      He gave a typical tico reply recently when stating (pardon my poor translation) CR has money, but it doesn’t go far enough.
      Right, like 3000 of personal monthly income and 5000 of expenses means I’m broke and verging on bankruptcy.

  • Yeims

    Ah, that little threat Chinchilla published about publicly defending her actions while Presidenta . . . says volumes about her.

    • prdatki

      The biggest thief in Costa Rica, 30yrs hard labor would be good.

  • prdatki

    If he wants to get rid of Corruption he should have the last two Presidents and 70% of the Government officials arrested