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President Alvarado testifies in response to data-collection controversy

The president defended the creation of the Presidential Unit for Data Analysis (UPAD) as a method to formulate public policies based on science and data.

Presidents discuss reforming or closing the Central American Parliament

The regional body has been severely questioned by various sectors that describe it as a refuge for corrupt politicians.

Prosecutor’s Office raids Costa Rican presidency for alleged violation of citizens’ privacy

Eight people are being investigated as part of the case, including President Carlos Alvarado.

After public criticism, Costa Rican gov. repeals decree that created department with access to ‘confidential’ information

The Costa Rican government on Friday repealed a decree that had created a Data Analysis Unit, after public criticism questioned its purpose and scope. 

Manuel Ventura leaves Foreign Ministry to assume representation in the OAS

Carlos Alvarado will announce in the coming days who will assume the positions of chancellor and vice chancellor.

Vice President Epsy Campbell out of hospital following health scare

Campbell, 56, has been the First Vice President of Costa Rica since May 2018.

President Alvarado responds to apparent call to arms against Costa Rica’s government

The video was published after several days of social upheaval last week.

Negotiations to end strike led to a dead end

The negotiations to end the strike of the workers from the public sector of Costa Rica came to a dead end this Monday, after the unions refused an agreement mediated by the Catholic Church to depose the strike.

No deal: Government and unions postpone meeting to discuss an agreement

The government and public sector unions, which have been on a strike for three weeks, postponed a meeting to discuss a preliminary agreement to lift the strike, the Catholic Church said this Sunday.

Costa Rican government and unions willing to start a dialogue to end the strike

The President of Costa Rica made an official statement expressing his willingness to establish a dialogue with the unions.

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