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The stars predict a year not seen in a long time for Central America and its leaders

Monday, January 2, 2012

This year will be a special one for Central America thanks to configurations of the constellations that have not been seen in years, says the astrologist Professor Zellagro.

Costa Rica is going to have a year of progress and well-being, along with an increase in foreign tourists. El Salvador's president, Mauricio Funes, is going to have to show that his social programs are going to reboot the economy, while Otto Pérez, the Guatemalan president-elect, will face a grave challenge from organized crime.

The planets are going to prove Honduras with their influence in two aspects: the fight against crime and the development of eco-tourism. In Nicaragua there are going to be social disturbances during the first half of the year. And Ricardo Martinelli, Panama's president, is going to have plenty of problems this year.

Original source (in Spanish): Univisión