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Mayor of Alajuela arrested for alleged influence peddling

Mayor of Alajuela arrested for alleged influence peddling

The mayor of Alajuela, Roberto Thompson was arrested on suspicion of influence peddling on Thursday, less than 48 hours before he was scheduled to accept the nomination of the National…

Costa Rican president, Luis Guillermo Solis to visit New York, Washington D.C. next month

Costa Rican president, Luis Guillermo Solis to visit New York, Washington D.C. next month

Costa Rican president, Luis Guillermo Solis will visit Washington D.C. and New York during a weeklong visit to the United States in September.…

President signs Constitutional Amendment declaring Costa Rica a “multiethnic nation”

President signs Constitutional Amendment declaring Costa Rica a “multiethnic nation”

Costa Rica president Luis Guillermo Solis signed an amendment to the country’s Constitution on Monday evening declaring Costa Rica to be a “multiethnic and multicultural nation” during an emotional ceremony…

Costa Rica dockworkers to join in Thursday protests

The dockworkers union known as Sintrajap will join at least ten unions and dozens of labor syndicates representing the country’s public education and public health workers, amongst others, in protests…

Public employees to take to the streets of San Jose Thursday, schools to be closed

Public employees to take to the streets of San Jose Thursday, schools to be closed

At least ten unions and dozens of labor syndicates including the country’s public education and public health workers will flood the streets of downtown San Jose Thursday in protest of…

Costa Rica unionists file criminal charges against lawmaker for calling them “bums”

Unionists from the National Association of Public and Private Employees (ANEP) announced Monday that they have filed criminal charges against Citizen Action Party (PAC) lawmaker Otton Solis for allegedly calling…

President Solis says he is not concerned about tax reform effects on his popularity, has no intention to run for second term

President Solis says he is not concerned about tax reform effects on his popularity, has no intention to run for second term

Costa Rican president, Luis Guillermo Solis said on Friday that he is not concerned with the effects that a tax reform plan being pushed by his administration could have on…

Development bank urges Costa Rica to pass tax reform package

The president of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Luis Alberto Moreno said that Costa Rica can not afford to delay the passage of a tax reform package unveiled by the…

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