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The government of Costa Rica is in dialogue with some protesters who have blocked various roads in the country, both in the north and south, and who approximately have 15 blocked roads.

All this is due as a protest against an eventual financial agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Therefore, part of the population has spoken out against this decision.

Although it started strongly, in recent days the number of people has dwindled and until this Saturday there are a total of 500 people.

For this reason, the president Carlos Alvarado, has met throughout this week with leaders, social, political and productive, and this Saturday he plans to talk with representatives of Guatuso, Upala and Los Chiles, all in the north of the country.

The Minister of Economy, Industry and Commerce, Victoria Hernandez, has met for the second day in a row with leaders from the south of the country to reopen the border crossing with Panama.

For his part, the Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Renato alvarado, and his deputy minister, Ana Cristina Quirós, are in the north of the country to resolve the conflict.

The demonstrations have calmed down, but so far they have been counted around 81 detainees and close to 100 police officers injured.



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