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State of the Nation: President Solís highlights economic growth, urges fiscal reforms

Private-sector chambers and opposition party leaders argued that the president was taking credit for achievements of previous administrations.

Opposition lawmakers maintain control of Legislative Assembly’s Directorate

UPDATE. May 2. 3:44 p.m. A total of 47 lawmakers elected Libertarian Movement Party's Natalia Díaz Quintana for the pending Vice President post. Six blank and null votes were added for a total of 53 votes.

San José Mayor Johnny Araya returns to his former party

PLN's presidential candidate Antonio Álvarez Desanti welcomed Araya back and said he will be an important part of his campaign.

Presidential nominee Antonio Álvarez Desanti to step down as legislator

While votes are still being counted, the party has moved on.

UPDATE: Álvarez Desanti maintains in Liberation primary; late-night vote-counting drama

The PLN Internal Elections Tribunal's decision to suspend its count caused candidate Álvarez Desanti to express concerns about potential fraud.

Who’s who on the PLN ballot: forecasts for tomorrow’s presidential primary

Four candidates will seek the nomination for the social democratic party, which has elected seven Costa Rica presidents since its founding in 1951.

President Luis Guillermo Solís worried about U.S. immigration policies

Solís said he hopes budget cuts announced by U.S. President Trump will not impact security, migration and other aid programs for Costa Rica and Central America.

Costa Rica, ‘fake news’ and the Trump effect: We are unprepared

"The problem is that various Costa Rican politicians, and maybe those of other countries as well, have seen that this formula works."

Costa Rica y el ‘efecto Trump’ – sin protocolo de emergencia

"El problema es que varios políticos de Costa Rica (y quizás de otros países) vieron que esa fórmula funciona. Ya está probada."

President Luis Guillermo Solís to meet with U.S. Vice President Michael Pence

President Luis Guillermo Solís will also visit New York to participate in the United Nations Panel on Women's Economic Empowerment.

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