El semáforo

(FILE) Picture taken on July 22, 2009, of Costa Rican President Oscar Arias reading the Declaration of San Jose at the presidential house in San Jose in which proposed the return of ousted President Manuel Zelaya to Honduras's government. Members of Costa Rica's government confirmed on August 11, 2009, that Arias got the Influenza A H1N1 --swine flu virus-- and that he would be kept in isolation for seven days.  AFP PHOTO/Mayela Lopez
(FILE) Picture taken on July 22, 2009, of Costa Rican President Oscar Arias reading the Declaration of San Jose at the presidential house in San Jose in which proposed the return of ousted President Manuel Zelaya to Honduras's government. Members of Costa Rica's government confirmed on August 11, 2009, that Arias got the Influenza A H1N1 --swine flu virus-- and that he would be kept in isolation for seven days. AFP PHOTO/Mayela Lopez


Oscar Arias, expresidente de Costa Rica.-
Por su temperamento y aportes a la paz y el sistema democrático, han sorprendido las acusaciones de acoso sexual formuladas por tres mujeres. Ha tenido la decencia de apartarse del quehacer político en lo que se aclaran los casos, pero las denuncias no dejan de ser una sombra en esa trayectoria tan limpia que construyó.