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Tuesday, May 24, 2022
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Legislative Assembly approves project eliminating annuities

President Carlos Alvarado has said Costa Rica must tighten its belts and reduce costs in order to preserve the country’s economic stability. 

No solution in sight for judicial workers’ strike

President Luis Guillermo Solís said that he knows the whole country is outraged about the Judicial workers' strike.

Agreement reached on wage increase for public employees

Starting next month, public employees in Costa Rica will receive a salary increase ranging from 1.08 to 1.60 percent depending on profession. However, some unions are not happy with the amount.

Costa Rica promises to compensate sickened banana workers

Costa Rica has agreed to pay the medical bills and other compensation for some 12,000 banana workers and their relatives suffering lingering effects of exposure to pesticides in the 1960s and '70s.

Lawmakers vote to curb their own salaries

Beginning in 2015, Costa Rican lawmakers will receive only one pay raise per year – not two – according to reforms approved Tuesday in a first-round debate at the Legislative Assembly.

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