Thursday, August 31, 2006

Congressman accused of sexual harassment

Federico TinocoCongressman Federico Tinoco, of the ruling National Liberation Party, allegedly engaged in sexual harassment of one of his assistants, a married woman. The lady made the situation known after the congressman refused to apologize. Apparently, the woman was fired by Tinoco after she rejected his advances during an official visit to the Caribbean area of Limon. It is the first time that such a situation arises at the Legislative Assembly, which is to launch an investigation of the case. (Photo: Eddy Rojas/La Nacion)

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