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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...

The Upcoming Costa Rica Presidential Elections Has Many Options

Costa Rica elects on Sunday its next president among 25 candidates, an unprecedented number in one of the most solid democracies in Latin America...

How and Where to Vote For Costa Rican Expats

Whether living within Costa Rican’s magnificent country or having settled elsewhere on other ventures, there is one thing you can always count on, a...

Voting in Costa Rica and the Upcoming Election

As you travel along the roads of Costa Rica you are quickly reminded of the upcoming election. Whether it be a dirt road through...

Honduras political crisis deepens ahead of president-elect’s swearing-in

Rival factions of Honduras' newly elected congress held duelling first sessions Tuesday, as a split in president-elect Xiomara Castro's party deepened two days before...

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