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President of ruling Citizen Action Party steps down after just two months

Rodrigo Alberto Carazo Zeledón filed his resignation as president of the ruling Citizen Action Party on Wednesday evening, citing health and personal reasons.

Authorities arrest lawyer with ties to ruling Citizen Action Party on fraud suspicion

At 6 a.m. on Tuesday, Judicial Investigation Police agents raided the home of Jorge Sibaja Rodríguez, a lawyer and member of the ruling Citizen Action Party. Police are investigating Sibaja's alleged use of forged documents to commit fraud against the Costa Rican Social Security System, or Caja, in April.

How much money did members of Solís’ Cabinet donate to the PAC election campaign?

On Monday, President-elect Luis Guillermo Solís named 20 of his incoming head ministers, 11 of whom had contributed to his party’s election campaign. But none of them donated very much money.

Supreme Elections Tribunal increases security measures for Sunday’s runoff

Some 88,000 people will be charged with supervising Sunday's runoff election in which Ticos will choose Costa Rica’s next president for 2014-2018.

Supreme Elections Tribunal official suspended following accusations of ballot theft

Costa Rica's Supreme Elections Tribunal on Friday said it had suspended an employee for allegedly stealing “a few” ballots prepared for Costa Rica's presidential runoff on April 6. But the tribunal said the incident does not appear to be related to electoral fraud.

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.

Supreme Elections Tribunal begins manual recount of presidential votes

Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) officials on Tuesday began the one-by-one counting of ballots from the presidential election last Sunday.

They survived a helicopter crash

The three crew members of a Public Security Ministry (MPS) helicopter on Monday resulted only with minor injuries after the aircraft failed in its attempt to take off and crashed to the ground.

Head of election monitoring mission expresses support for Costa Rican election authority

The leader of the Organization of American States election monitoring delegation outlined its mission for Sunday and celebrated the “strength” of Costa Rica’s electoral authority, the Supreme Elections Tribunal .

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