Costa Rican Youth Who Turn 18 by April Will Not be Able to Vote in the Second RoundThe Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Youth who meet the voting age of 18 from today until April when the second round of voting is conducted may not exercise their vote.

This was explained today by Hugo Picado, spokesman for the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE). According to Picado, in preparation for the second round, the process will be exactly the same.

What will change is the ballot, as all you have two candidates.

Moreover, explained Picado, no extra people may be included in the census. However, other people may be excluded in this case, such as people who die by that date.

In Costa Rica, the election of the President of the Republic is defined when a candidate reaches 40% of the vote, otherwise you must have a second round of elections.

In this case, the second round will be held on Sunday, April 6th between the candidates Luis Guillermo Solís of Citizen Action Party (PAC) and Johnny Araya of the National Liberation Party.

The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

San Jose Costa Rica

Costa Rican Youth Who Turn 18 by April Will Not be Able to Vote in the Second Round

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Youth who meet the voting age of 18 from today until April when the second round of voting is conducted may not exercise their vote.

This was explained today by Hugo Picado, spokesman for the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE). According to Picado, in preparation for the second round, the process will be exactly the same.

What will change is the ballot, as all you have two candidates.

Moreover, explained Picado, no extra people may be included in the census. However, other people may be excluded in this case, such as people who die by that date.

In Costa Rica, the election of the President of the Republic is defined when a candidate reaches 40% of the vote, otherwise you must have a second round of elections.

In this case, the second round will be held on Sunday, April 6th between the candidates Luis Guillermo Solís of Citizen Action Party (PAC) and Johnny Araya of the National Liberation Party.

The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

San Jose Costa Rica