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Costa Rica’s president-elect Chaves meets with rival to advance “a common agenda”.

Costa Rican president-elect Rodrigo Chaves met Tuesday with his ballot rival, Jose Maria Figueres, to discuss a cooperation agreement and take ideas for his...

Election Day in Costa Rica

Today, Costa Ricans head to the polls to elect the new President for the next four years. The race is between José María Figueres...

Alvarado hopes Costa Rica’s political “pendulum” will not “set back” his advances

President Carlos Alvarado said Thursday he hopes that the eventual "pendulum" of politics in Costa Rica, where the second round of the presidential election...

Costa Rica goes to the polls to elect president

Costa Rica elects its next president on Sunday in a ballot between conservative Rodrigo Chaves, a former minister sanctioned for sexual harassment, and centrist...

Costa Rica Presidential Candidates Attack each other in First Debate

Costa Rica's runoff candidates, conservative Rodrigo Chaves and liberal Jose Maria Figueres, hurled strong accusations at each other during the first of five debates...

Costa Rica’s Presidential Ballot Rivals: Figueres and Chaves

Former president José María Figueres and former minister Rodrigo Chaves will define in a ballot on April 3 who will be the next president...

Costa Rica Presidential Election Heads To Second Round

According to the latest results reported from Costa Rica’s Supreme Election Tribunal (TSE) there will be a second and final round on April 3...

Election Polls Close in Costa Rica: Presidential Runoff Likely

It started off with Costa Rica President Carlos Alvarado Quesada, casting his vote at 6:45 this morning. However, as was widely expected, when the...

Today Costa Ricans will choose among 25 Presidential Candidates

Costa Ricans head to the polls Today with a crowded presidential field and no clear favorite for tackling growing economic concerns in one of...

Costa Rica: A Stable Democracy with No Army but a Hurting Economy

Costa Rica, the "happiest" country in Latin America and a solid democracy without an army, elects new president and deputies this Sunday, amid a...

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