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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...

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 2022 Presidential Poll Has Surprise Results

A poll has been taken by the University Of Costa Rica’s CIEP has produced some results that has take many election watchers by surprise. In...

Ex-President José María Figueres Olsen earns nomination

Former Costa Rican President Jose Maria Figueres has earned a nomination for the February 2022 general elections

Is party allegiance dead in Costa Rica? There’s more to it than meets the eye

"It could be that the moment arrives when having a party will be a transgressive act... but I suspect that we cannot assume that Costa Rica’s parties are extinct dinosaurs."

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.

Political renewal is needed – but it can’t be forced

It's popular to call for "new faces" in politics, but true political renewal more complex than such pleas would suggest.

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