A.M. Costa Rica Archive
Published Tuesday, March 3, 2020


Deputies grill minister on the controversial data unit
The minister of the Presidency faced lawmakers Monday to explain the administration's position in a growing scandal focused on the collection of personal data by a special unit answerable only to the president. ➡️ Continue reading

Park rangers seize wood valued at almost $25,000
The Rangers of the Cañas station in Guanacaste, over the weekend, confiscated trees illegally felled in the areas of Abangares, La Palma and Coyolar. ➡️ Continue reading

 Government offers accommodations in Chirripó
The Government, through the National System of Conservation Areas, is offering hiking trail and accommodation packages in the Chirripó National Park area.  ➡️ Continue reading

More than 1,000 traffic fines in January
The Traffic Police reported having issued 1,339 traffic fines in January to drivers for not complying with basic safety measures, following the traffic law.  ➡️ Continue reading

Prosecutor orders the destruction of docks in Limón
The Deputy Environmental Prosecutor requested the Criminal Court of Limón to order the demolition of 14 buildings, improvised and built as docks.  ➡️ Continue reading


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