The President of the Republic, Laura Chinchilla got tired of the votes of support from the major powers and now wants the Assembly of the United Nations(UN), to make these countries responsible to exercise effective action against drug trafficking that are the vast majority of the receivers of illegal drugs.
The president showed her exhaustion to her Central American counterparts at the Summit of Central American Integration System (SICA), held this past weekend in the city of Antigua Guatemala.
The President of the Republic returned home on Saturday night, following the transfer offered by the Panamanian president Ricardo Martinelli.
This regional event was discussed and polished details about the current security strategy in Central America, and analyzed the progress that has been taken to implement its principles.
On the current problems in this region, the president was critical of her colleagues and said, “has spent a lot but nothing has changed” and “we have been doing things with little impact.”
One of the points is that the institutions should be modernized, but always respecting their independence from the perspective of separation of powers.