Social and political movements once again called for taking to the streets against any negotiations between the Alvarado administration and the IMF.
On Monday, the demonstrators will hold rallies and vehicle caravans in different parts of the country. In the capital, San Jose, they will concentrate in front of the Legislative Assembly.
Previously, the National Rescue Movement (MRN) announced that the blockade of the country's main roads would be paused until this mid-week. This opposition organization made that decision hoping that Alvarado will meet with its main representatives to make definitive agreements that will help to stop the protests.
The president has not set a date for that meeting, so the massive roadblocks could be reinstated this Wednesday.
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