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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The President of Costa Rica, Luis Guillermo Solís, had lunch with his father, Freddy Solis Avendaño, to celebrate the Father’s day with family after recovering from an operation.

    “We are very happy because he is walking alone in and is eating very well,” said Solis.

    The President was a bit hoarse after shouting for the Costa Rica National Team against Uruguay.

    In the afternoon, Solis confirmed that he would be with his daughter Agnes, to take her to the movies to see Maleficent.

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