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May 8 To Be A Holiday For The Public Sector

The government decreed May 8 a day off for all public sector employees, with...

Elections Tribunal Orders PRN Not To Use Religion To Attract Votes and Contributions

The Tribunal Supremo de Elecciones (TSE) - Costa Rica's election tribunal - ordered the...

Ruling Party Presidential Contender Vows to Cut Deficit

Carlos Alvarado, presidential candidate of the ruling Partido Accion Cuidadana  - Citizens' Action Party...

Juan Diego Castro Launches Violent Attack Against La Nacion

Taking a page out what appears to be the current U.S. President's attack on...

Alvarez and Castro In Close Race For President in 2018

Thought it may not seem like it, Costa Rica is in the midst of...

Alvarados in “Technical” Tie

With eight days to the polls, Carlos Alvarado of the Partido Acción Ciudadana (PAC)...

Carlos Alvarado Officially Elected President, TSE

This morning, the Tribunal Supremo de Elecciones (TSE) - Elections Tribunal - officially declared...

The Second Round of the Presidential Election

Neither of the two Presidential Candidates, Fabricio Alvarado of the National Restoration Party (PRN),...

Costa Rica Decides: Latest Poll

If the presidential elections were held today, who would win? The latest poll reveals...

The Alvarados Tied In Latest Costa Rica Election Poll

Former Minister of Labor and Social Security, Carlos Alvarado and - no relation -...

Juan Diego Castro: The Trump Wannabe of Costa Rica

“COSTA Rica is the most beautiful place in the world,” my much-travelled friend Jamie...

Undecided Voters to Untie Presidential Candidates?

With the politicking at an end, it is now up to the voters, mainly...

Here’s a 100% Guaranteed Election Winner!

(Bloomberg) Alvarado is going to win next month’s presidential election in Costa Rica. There’s...

Social Networks Fuel The Dirtiest Political Campaign In History

The social networks are full of personal attacks and false profiles with a view...

Why Is Costa Rica Voting On Easter Sunday?

Costa Rica has presidential elections every four years. The election is held in February,...

PAC Economic Team Is Endorsed by Businessmen

With a little over two weeks to go, the Presidential candidates have been busy...

Fabricio 56.9% and Carlos 43.1% Among Decided Voters

With the election two weeks away, if the voting took place today Fabricio Alvarado...

2018 Presidential Elections Headed For Second Round

With less than two weeks to the 2018 presidential elections, a run-off election in...

Presidential Candidates “Light” On Economic Plans

With only weeks to go for the second round of Costa Rica's presidential election...

Devaluating The Colon Divides Candidates

Devaluating the colon is the major difference, a clash point, between the economic teams...

Otto Guevara Heads Into His Fifth Consecutive Campaign To Be President of Costa Rica

The man who really, really wants to be the president of Costa Rica, Otto...

Alvarado vs Alvarado On April 1!

Costa Rica’s presidential election will be decided in a runoff on the first Sunday...

Alvarez Desanti Proposes To Prohibit Import Of Fossil Fueled Vehicles Starting In 2035

As the 2018 presidential election campaigns start to roll out, one of the candidates...

Presidential Candidates Bet On Private Higher Education To Strengthen Economy

Three presidential candidates promise to reform the National Council of Private Higher Education (Conesup)...

Carlos Alvarado Will Be The 48th President of Costa Rica!

Carlos Alvarado Quesada, 38, will become the 48th president of Costa Rica, on May...

Costa Rica’s Election Offers Fiscal Faith Test

(Bloomberg) With its open doors to tourists, no standing army since 1948, and proud...

LGBTQI Rights Defenders Sound Alarm over Costa Rica’s Presidential Election

Fabricio Alvarado Muñoz and Carlos Alvarado Quesada will vie for president of Costa Rica...

Costa Rica’s Election: It Wasn’t the Economy, Stupid!

Is it the economy, stupid? A preliminary analysis would have concluded that such a...

A Same-Sex Marriage Ruling Shakes up Costa Rica’s Election

The Economist - A “SLICE of Iowa misplaced on the Central American isthmus”, is...

Costa Rica looks a little less exceptional after its heated election

Carlos Alvarado Quesada has won the Costa Rican presidency with 61 percent of the...

Carlos Alvarado: Brands and Companies Are Not Going To Stay If There Is Hatred and Intolerance

In a meeting with representatives of various sectors, on Fridau, the presidential candidate of...

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