Luis Guillermo Solís Regroups for the Second Round

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The presidential candidate, Luis Guillermo Solís, has not yet announced the names of those who will integrate the different ministries, but added that he has began meetings to accommodate the main themes of the campaign.

    Solis said that he gratefully acknowledges the support of the Patriotic Alliance Party and all the people who worked for the Citizen Action Party (PAC).

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    “As far as the PAC, we want to establish a dialogue with the entire country, we know that we are obliged to establish a dialogue with all groups. There will be no secret negotiations, there will be political accessions in exchange for political support,” Solis said.

    Solis explained that he will take two days off out of San Jose. He added that during this time he will sharpen the government plan and all matters relating to international politics.

    “We will have a reorganization of the campaign with coordinators,” said Solis.

    The candidate added that later this week will have a full campaign strategy ready for the second round.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose Costa Rica

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