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... and hotelier Alberto Rodriguez Baldi , who made headlines in 2013 when former Costa Rican president Laura Chinchilla sued the businessman for criminal defamation over a Facebook post in which the hotelier insinuated that the former president engaged ... Comment?
... David Hunt, Brown will be at Georgetown for several months. He'll be joined in the spring program by: Laura Chinchilla, president of Costa Rica from 2000-14; Patrick Dillon, former White House deputy director of political affairs and special ... Comment?
... groups and maintain office hours to meet with students. In addition to Brown, the other spring fellows are Laura Chinchilla, the former president of Costa Rica; Patrick Dillon, a former Whitehouse deputy director and special assistant to President ... Comment?
... Lagos (Chile), Alejandro Toledo (Peru) and Luis Alberto Lacalle (Uruguay), Jorge Quiroga (Bolivia), and Laura Chinchilla (Costa Rica), were participating in a Madrid Club meeting in Spain's capital yesterday, issued a joint statement on the ... Comment?
... Rodriguez Zapatero; El Salvador, Mauricio Funes; Panama, Martin Torrijo, and other former leaders such as Laura Chinchilla from Costa Rica. About Scytl Scytl is the global leader in secure election management, electronic voting and eGovernance ... Comment?
August 3rd, 2015 Facebook posts have landed Costa Rican business owners in legal trouble in the past, like when former president Laura Chinchilla pursued criminal defamation charges against prominent businessman and hotelier Alberto Rodriguez Baldi over a Facebook post he made in 2013. But one American expat business owner was taken by surprise late last week when Costa Rica's Interior Ministry sent the man a written order to remove postings made to his business's Facebook page deemed "offensive" by the ministry's Bureau of Advertising Control . Comment?
July 28th, 2015 In a videotaped address being circulated online, four former Costa Rican presidents - Luis Alberto Monge, Miguel Angel Rodriguez, Abel Pacheco and Laura Chinchilla - are urging the country's Legislative Assembly to approve a bill known as the Water Resources Act. The bill, also known as the Law for Integrated Water Resource Management, was presented in 2010 by popular initiative with 160,000 signatures. Comment?
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