Costa rica p olitics pres 2

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Costa rica p olitics pres 2

  1. 1. Las Políticas de Costa Rica Nicki Alvino&Sarah Bono
  2. 2. In April 2003, the Costa Rican Constitutional Courtannulled a 1969 constitutional reform which hadbarred presidents from running for reelection.
  3. 3. Political System Capital of Costa Rica: San Jose Democratic Republic No military/ armed forces President and Vice Presidents elected on the same ticket by popular vote for a single 4 year term Divided into 7 administrative provinces: Alajuela, Cartago, Guanacaste, Heredia, Limon, Puntarenas, San Jose
  4. 4. Political System Cont.• Costa Rica has long • Several contributing emphasized the factors to this trend, development of democracy include: • Enlightened and respect for human leadership rights. • Comparative• The countrys political prosperity system has steadily • Flexible class lines developed, maintaining • Educational democratic institutions and opportunities an orderly, constitutional creating a stable scheme for government middle class/ high succession. social indicators.
  5. 5. President of Costa Rica Laura Chinchilla- 1st female Costa Rican President Worked in areas of judicial reform, public safety, political and institutional reform, trade, technology, and children and youth programs. Since 1990 she has worked as a consultant in Latin America and Africa for various international agencies
  6. 6. VP of Costa Rica  AlfioPiva  First VicePresident  Politician, scientist and environmentalist  National Libertarian Party
  7. 7. VP of Costa Rica Luis Liberman Ginsburg Elected in February of 2010 Second Vice President Expert in economic affairs
  8. 8. Jose Enrique- CASTILLO Eduardo Ulibarri Barrantes (Ambassador to(Foreign Minister) United Nations) Muni FIGUERES Boggs (Ambassador to United States)
  9. 9. Sourceshttp://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2019.htm#political

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