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Supreme Court asks Solís to clarify Cabinet post for Lutheran bishop

The Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court, or Sala IV, on Wednesday admitted a citizen’s complaint over whether the appointment of Lutheran bishop Melvin Jiménez Marín as presidency minister is constitutional. Justices gave President Luis Guillermo Solís 15 days to formally respond.

In Ireland, 800 dead babies are probably just the beginning

The discovery of a grave containing the remains of as many as 800 babies at a former home for unmarried mothers in Ireland is yet another problem for the Irish Catholic Church.

Supreme Court’s Constitutional Chamber to evaluate appointment of Lutheran bishop as presidency minister

Costa Rica's Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court, or Sala IV, on Tuesday agreed to review the appointment of Melvin Jiménez Marín, a Lutheran bishop, as President Luis Guillermo Solís' presidency minister.

Evangelical editorial constituted ‘threat’ to free elections, says Costa Rica’s Supreme Elections Tribunal

The Supreme Elections Tribunal ruled against the Costa Rican Evangelical Alliance Federation last week, finding that a paid editorial leading up to the Feb. 2 election from the religious group restricted Ticos' freedom to vote, according to a press release from the elections authority last Friday, Feb. 28.

Are Costa Ricans headed to the polls or the altars?

We Costa Ricans have an important date this Sunday, but I’m still not clear as to whether we’re headed to the polls or the Christian altars. Without a doubt, this electoral campaign has been more than saturated with religious morality.

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