Chinchilla Stays Firm On "No Open Pit Mining At Crucitas"

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Chinchilla Stays Firm On "No Open Pit Mining At Crucitas" Presidents Laura Chinchilla has ruled out any possibility of reversing her decision in the open-pit gold mine in Crucitas, near the Nicaraguan border, to resume operations.
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San Josť, Costa Rica

#1 Jul 29, 2010
Right on Presidenta ! but can't help wondering if you'll be bought out by "Kick backs" to change your mind.

I hope you stick to your decision, here in C.R. many projects are started,(selected few) make their $ then pull out and things are left unfinished....unfortunately it's the case with this project that has already made an ugly impact in the area that will take decades to repair itself. Just my humble opinion.

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