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    Former President Oscar Arias Sánchez, A Generator Of Peace

    Óscar Arias Sánchez is a Costa Rican lawyer, economist, political scientist, and businessman. Former President of Costa...

    COSTA RICA HAS ITS NEW PRESIDENT: CARLOS ALVARADO QUESADA

    With ballots from most polling stations counted, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, won three-fifths of the vote, while his opponent, Fabricio Alvarado Muñoz, received the rest,...
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    National Elections: Both Alvarados Will Attend The 2nd Round

    After a quiet election day in which the ticos demonstrated their great civility and their love for democracy only 2 of the 13 candidates...
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    November 7th: Costa Rican Democracy Day

    History The Conquest of our democratic life was not an isolated event. In fact, throughout Costa Rican historical process, an entire people opened their heart...
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    The New Colombian Government – Farc Peace Accord

    Most people in Colombia voted for the “NO” option in their recent referendum, and rejected a previous deal signed by the government and the...

    President strictly warns against taxi driver protest

    With strong tone and strict form, the President of the Republic, Luis Guillermo Solis, warned on Friday that he will not tolerate taxi driver blockades...

    Women leaders want half of the Executive Power

    The idea that women occupy half of the high positions of the Executive Branch has the support of various women leaders. Larger feminine participation would...

    UN Acts To Achieve Complete Gender Equality Ahead Of 2133

    International Women’s Day was this week. Costa Rica takes the lead in establishing progress. Declaring that the empowerment of the world’s women is “a global...

    Chinchilla and Lee Myung-bak Move Towards an FTA

    The South Korean President, Lee Myung-bak, and Costa Rica President Laura Chinchilla, in Seoul today pledged to make efforts to pave the way to...
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