Tuesday, 27 October 2020

“Notables” Propose To Increase Number of Legisators

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87 legislators is the number proposed by the “grupo de notables” named by presidenta Laura Chinchilla to seek outu solutions for governing the country.

The group is made up of six distinguided Costa Ricans who aiding the presidenta to put Costa Rica on the right track for the future.

The proposal to increase the number of legislators from the current 57.

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