Making their case in the final days
From left, Costa Rican presidential candidates Rodolfo Piza of the Social Christian Unity Party (PUSC), Juan Diego Castro of the National Integration Party (PIN), Rodolfo Hernández of the Social Chistian Republican Party (PRSC) and Antonio Alvarez of the National Liberation Party (PLN) participate in a presidential debate on Jan. 25 in San José, Costa Rica.
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