President-elect Luis Guillermo Solís, on Wednesday met with future legislaotrs of the PAC and PUSC, seeking a legislative coalistion. Photo ESTEBAN OVIEDO
President-elect Luis Guillermo Solís, on Wednesday met with future legislaotrs of the PAC and PUSC, seeking a legislative coalistion. Photo ESTEBAN OVIEDO

Legislators-elect of the Partido Unidad Social Cristiana (PUSC) and the Partido Acción Ciudadana (PAC) met Wednesday to with the possible intent of a legislative coalition.

The future legisaltors  met with president-elect, Luis Guillermo Solís, for dicussions but deny any negotiated agreement. Solis added that on the discussion table there were no privileges or positions to be negotiated.

Meanwhile, legislative bench party leaders, Emilia Molina for the PUSC and Rafael Ortiz for the PAC, agree on the idea to have as many parties in the coalition as possible.

With only 13 legisaltors of the 57, the PAC will not a majority in the 2014-2018 Legislative Assembly

The legislators-elect take to the “curuls” (benches) on May 1, while Solís will be sworn in as president on May 8.


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