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Legislators Ask for Orozco’s Resignation as President of Human Rights Commission
Indignant and upset, Claudio Monge Pereira, legislator of the Citizen Action Party, declared that Gloria Abraham, Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, doesn’t know about Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).
President of CR’s Commission on Human Rights proposes doctor visits to “cure gays”
The president of Costa Rica’s Commission on Human Rights, Justo Orozco, wants the Spanish doctor Jokin de Irala to present his “homosexuality as a disorder” ideas with Congress.
New Foundation Looks to Install Security Cameras in Nicoya, Samara and Nosara
The new nonprofit Fundacion Para la Seguridad Integral de Nicoya (Foundation for the Integral Security of Nicoya), which was registered in December 2012, has the goal of raising funds to install security cameras strategically placed around Nicoya canton.
The Earthquake Continues for Affected Families
“It was the only house I’ve had,” lamented Maritza Villareal, resident of Nosara. “I just hope to rebuild it in a better place because we don’t want to live in this little shack with four people. I want to give my kids a better life. We need help and all that we hear from the government is no, no, no,” she explained.
Earthquake Damages Won’t Stop Students From Going Back to School
Due to the serious damages to educational centers caused by the earthquake on September 5th, many students ended 2012 with classes being held in alternate sites and the new semester, which starts on February 6, will begin and end the same way for at least 19 school grounds in the region of Nicoya, where students will receive classes in shared classrooms, halls, churches and rented buildings.
Pictures and News of the Month
The Voice of Nosara brings you a brief recap of January stories you might have missed.
New Director Found Nicoya’s Hospital Functioning at 60%
The new director of the La Anexion Hospital of Nicoya, Dr. Jorge Fonseca Renault, conversed in depth with VON a month after taking the reins of the main medical campus of the peninsula, after the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) intervened in December due to serious management deficiencies.