Sunday, 27 September 2020

TSE Sets Up Kiosks To Request Cedulas and Change of Electoral Address

Costa Ricans can request their cedula and/or change of address in 9 shopping centers in the greater metropolitan area, from Cartago to Sant Ana

All week, this week, the Tribunal Supremo de Elecciones (TSE) – elections tribunal – with a view to the municipal elections in February, will process cedulas (ID cards) in nine shopping centers

The TSE enabled information kiosks to request cedulas and make a change of electoral address at the following malls: Paseo Metropolis in Cartago, Paseo de las Flores in Heredia, Lincoln Square in Moravia and City Mall in Alajuela; and in the shopping centers: Momentum Pinares Curridabat, Momentum Lindora Santa Ana, Terramall in La Unión, Multicentro in Desamparados and Plaza Tempo Escazú.

Sorry, no kiosks in either Multiplaza Este or Multiplaza Escazu.

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The cedulas processed in these places may be picked up six days later at the central or regional headquarters of the TSE.

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