The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Nearing the end of his speech to review the last 100 days, President Luis Guillermo Solis highlighted actions taken in the environmental and energy field and asked for patience and restraint in criticism.
Although he had offered rebate rates and the early reviews, he said that September 1 marks the start of the discussion about the energy matrix and the government hopes to achieve sustainable reductions in rates.
The President recalled that the moratorium on oil drilling and other various environmental actions are being widened. Besides safety, the president praised the actions against drug trafficking and drug seizures, but warned that the support of deputies will be required when the national budget is approved.
Solis said that this exercise of accountability should be performed in the future. He mentioned that he has encountered barriers in their attempts to create dialogue, but it must continue.
The evaluation of institutions is in process and in some cases has required interventions such as those made in Judesur, DINADECO the National Awards and the Public Transport Council.
He asked for patience and restraint in criticism. He said the differences are healthy, but should not be taken too far.
The President said that the people are the most educated in the history of the country and want real change and serious commitments.
In his closing remarks, he requested the support of the people and further dialogue to make a “bright” future for all of Costa Rica.
The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
San Jose, Costa Rica