Costa Rica Offers Asylum to Aristide

March 5, 2004

COSTA Rica last Sunday offered exiled Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide temporary political asylum in the country. However, Aristide chose to seek asylum in the Central African Republic.

“The Government of Costa Rica wishes and will do everything in its reach to make it possible for the Haitian people to live in democracy and recover their tranquility and peace,” stated a government press release.

 

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