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Costa Rica now considers access to water as a constitutional right

Costa Rica adopted a constitutional reform that guarantees access to water as a human, basic and inalienable right. 

Citizen group wants referendum on drafting a new Constitution

Proponents of a new constitution want to decentralize the government's power and declare Costa Rica a secular state.

Lawmakers vote to define Costa Rica as a multiethnic, plurinational country

After more than 10 years of debate, lawmakers approved a bill in a first round vote Wednesday to reform Costa Rica’s Constitution to redefine the Central American country as a “multiethnic and plurinational” republic. The bill would add language to Article 1 of the constitution, which defines Costa Rica as a “democratic, free and independent” republic.

Nicaragua scraps presidential term limits

MANAGUA, Nicaragua – Nicaragua's Congress on Tuesday ratified a controversial constitutional amendment scrapping presidential term limits and paving the way for President Daniel Ortega to seek re-election in 2016.

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