No menu items!


- Advertisement -spot_img

Popular Articles

Johnny Araya

Six mayors, including San José’s, arrested in Costa Rica on corruption charges

Six mayors of Costa Rican cities, including that of the capital, San José, were arrested Monday as part of an investigation into corruption in...

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.

U.S. Embassy in San José donates police van

U.S. Ambassador S. Fitzgerald Haney on Dec. 12 delivers a new police van for San José, a donation from the U.S. Embassy.

Former Costa Rica President Luis Alberto Monge Álvarez dies at 90

President Luis Alberto Monge Álvarez was the last surviving member of the National Assembly that drafted and approved Costa Rica’s current constitution.

Municipality of San José revives streetcar project for the capital

San José Mayor Johnny Araya said the city is currently amid the process of hiring a consulting firm to conduct feasibility and cost studies of the streetcar project.

VIDEO: San José politicians, residents forego cars on World Car Free Day

Politicians, diplomats and residents took up the challenge to walk, bike or take public transportation on World Car Free Day, Sept. 22.

Costa Rica ex-President Luis Alberto Monge recovering in hospital after respiratory attack

Monge was one of the founding members of the National Liberation Party, Costa Rica’s oldest political party, in 1951.

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img