“If we have a girl whose physical and emotional health are going to be damaged because an abortion isn’t offered to her, then what are we doing as a society?” lawyer Larissa Arroyo asked The Tico Times.
Audio messages circulating on social media, apparently recorded by police officers upset about a new work schedule, propose a “golpe de Estado.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu mentioned Costa Rica in a response to a reporter’s question during a joint press conference that Netanyahu and U.S. President Donald Trump held at the White House.
In total 16 national parties are registered to take part in the presidential elections, and 12 are allowed to present candidates for the Legislative Assembly.
Costa Rica asked the International Court of Justice to add a new complaint against Nicaragua to an ongoing case of a border dispute first filed in 2014.
Alvaro Murillo imagines a 2018 presidential election with more than 100 parties, a 100% victory for a national hero, and widespread euphoria… all leading to disaster.
Lawmakers, former presidents and thousands of Costa Ricans gathered at the Metropolitan Cathedral in downtown San José Thursday for the funeral of former President Luis Alberto Monge.
President Luis Alberto Monge Álvarez was the last surviving member of the National Assembly that drafted and approved Costa Rica’s current constitution.
The approved ₡8,9 trillion budget is ₡22 billion lower than the original plan submitted by President Luis Guillermo Solís.
Libertarian lawmaker and former presidential candidate Otto Guevara says he’ll decide next year whether to run for president, but that his party should learn a few things from U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s playbook.