When President Luis Guillermo Solís gave a speech 100 days into his presidency he listed a series of 14 findings that were what he called corruption, wasteful spending and other ills that he inherited form the previous administration.
The Spanish language La Nacion and television stations reported Wednesday that none of these allegations have solidified into criminal cases.
Casa Presidencial was quick to go on the offensive. Sort of. The bulk of a statement issued Wednesday night was a summary of the steps that the administration has taken to eliminate problems.
However, the statement also said that just because there has been no prosecution does not mean that the crime did not happen, only that prosecutors have been unable to obtain sufficient evidence.