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Monteverde is Costa Rica’s newest canton

Monteverde has become Costa Rica’s 83rd and newest canton after lawmakers voted in favor of the designation.

Opposition lawmakers maintain control of Legislative Assembly’s Directorate

UPDATE. May 2. 3:44 p.m. A total of 47 lawmakers elected Libertarian Movement Party's Natalia Díaz Quintana for the pending Vice President post. Six blank and null votes were added for a total of 53 votes.

Gender equality ruling aims for nearly 50/50 male-female Costa Rican legislature

A new gender equality ruling in Costa Rica aims to improve female candidates’ chances of being elected to the Legislative Assembly in 2018.

Why May 1 is much more than Labor Day for Costa Rica’s government

What happens on Labor Day in Costa Rica? A lot more than marches and bbq. Read our primer.

4 lawmakers attempt to boost their teachers’ pensions by calculating them based on higher Assembly salaries

Costa Rica’s High School Teachers' Association on Wednesday said that four lawmakers, who previously worked as educators, filed applications to increase their pensions by taking into account their salaries as legislators rather than wages they earned as teachers.

Costa Rican lawmakers give themselves vacations on Easter Holy Week

Lawmakers will take time off from their duties during Easter Holy Week, which this year takes place April 14-18.

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