No menu items!


- Advertisement -spot_img

Popular Articles

Citizen Action Party

Evangelicals make up quarter of Costa Rica’s new assembly

The Legislative Assembly taking office today is unlike any other in Costa Rican history.

PHOTOS: President-elect Carlos Alvarado visits Casa Presidencial

Alvarado and the future First Lady toured the presidential offices.

Epsy Campbell: Costa Rica Has The First Afro-Latina Vice President-Elect

Campbell, 54, is well known on the Costa Rican political scene, and is unquestionably one of the most familiar faces in the Citizen Action Party (PAC). 

Costa Rica meets its new presidential candidates – fresh from the middle of the pack

The two candidates who've made it into a second round celebrate with their peeps.

With flags and cheers, Costa Rica faces an uncertain future on Election Eve

Images from pre-election celebrations east of San José.

Citizen Action Party nominates presidential candidate for 2018

A journalist and political scientist, Carlos Alvarado Quesada said that the struggle to keep his party in Casa Presidencial “has just began.”

Two members of Costa Rica’s ruling party convicted of fraud

Judges also found the party liable in the fraud charges and ordered that it pay almost ₡600 million ($1 million) to the Supreme Elections Tribunal for the damage caused.

Setback for Solís: Opposition parties gain control of Costa Rica’s legislative directorate

Lawmakers from the ruling Citizen Action Party (PAC) and administration officials will have to step up their negotiating skills over the next year if they hope to pass their legislative agenda.

Less-than-impressive: It’s been a year of few achievements by Costa Rica’s Legislative Assembly

In one year, a fragmented Legislative Assembly formed by lawmakers from nine parties passed only 47 bills – of which only a few were of substance.

Legislative Assembly reverses order restricting access to information

The order restricting access to information was signed by members of the Legislative Assembly's directorate on Dec. 10, 2014. However it wasn't disclosed to Assembly members until an internal memo went out in early February.

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img