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Costa Ricans Express their Dissatisfaction with Presidential Candidates

On Sunday April 3rd, Costa Ricans elected their new President: Rodrigo Chaves, a 60-year-old economist, former Minister of Finance and founding member of the...

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...

Costa Rica celebrates 72nd anniversary of army abolition by inaugurating museum

The museum occupies the house in which Figueres — remembered as Don Pepe — lived on a farm where he developed many of the ideas that he would put into practice.

Henrietta Boggs, First Lady of the Revolution, dies at 102

Henrietta Boggs, the First Lady of the Revolution in Costa Rica, died earlier this month at 102.

Bill would quash ‘political police’ and establish intelligence culture in Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s Legislative Assembly will soon consider a bill to turn the Department of Intelligence and Security (DIS) into the National Intelligence Strategy Directorate (DIEN) to get the agency out of the policing business and transform it into more of a national security information collection entity – and less of a political police agency.

Bolivia’s Morales: The US abolished Costa Rica’s army

Bolivia’s President Evo Morales claimed the United States had abolished Costa Rica's army. In actuality, Costa Rica abolished its own army in 1948, and the U.S. was not involved.

Costa Rica’s leftist surge isn’t new

Why smearing candidates with allegations of "communism" is un-Costa Rican.

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