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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...

Critics say US visa program for wealthy foreigners is ‘immigration reform for the 1 percent’

With immigration a hot topic on the U.S. presidential campaign trail, unions and immigrant advocates are focusing attention this week on a federal visa program that they deride as "immigration reform for the 1 percent."

Candidate Johnny Araya traveled to Panama with leading construction firm CEO to watch a soccer match

Five days after being elected the presidential candidate of the ruling National Liberation Party, then-San José Mayor Johnny Araya flew to Panama in a private jet with Carlos Enrique Cerdas, the CEO of MECO construction, which has been awarded several public works projects, the weekly newspaper Semanario Universidad reported in its cover story on Wednesday.

Joining the ranks of the hopeful

Hundreds of souls, hearts and minds waited on a Sunday afternoon in the center of San José for the words of a man who in less than a year was catapulted from being a nearly anonymous academic to the person who likely will govern the country for the next four years.

Tribunal investigates 2 more companies, a union, and Caja officials for allegedly violating electoral code

Swiss Travel, Veinsa, the Costa Rican Social Security System's (Caja) union and Caja administrators are the latest targets of investigations into alleged electoral code violations.

Subway also wants to tell you who to vote for in Costa Rica’s presidential elections

The latest fear-mongering campaign against the leftist Broad Front Party involves Subway Costa Rica franchises. Over the weekend, Subway employees complained of emails that attempted to influence voters that allegedly were sent out by the restaurant's management.

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