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Costa Rica’s Minister of Finance resigns ahead of possible sanctions

The Comptroller recommended that President Carlos Alvarado punish her for having made an emergency payment shortly after the government took office last year.

Six suspects arrested for fraud scheme that caused millions in losses

Prosecutors say those arrested are part of a criminal network that manipulated board member elections in favor of people who facilitated loans to certain cooperatives.

Costa Rica’s money troubles: Letting the future decide

What is worrisome is that the President seems to believe that the current financial difficulties can be solved simply by raising taxes; that the fiscal reform comes first, and “we can think of the reform of the State later." Decisions have to be made on many fronts, or we are just going to waste the new taxes with the same old practices.

Administrative judge suspends sanctions against lawmaker Walter Céspedes

An Administrative Court judge suspended a dismissal order and a ban from holding public office for six years against Social Christian Unity Party (PUSC) lawmaker Walter Céspedes Salazar. The suspension had been requested by the Comptroller General’s Office.

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