Gay marriage roils ‘laid-back’ Costa Rica’s presidential election

scosta | February 1, 2018 | Costa Rica News

A debate over gay marriage has upturned Costa Rica’s presidential race, giving ammunition to conservative frontrunners ahead of Sunday’s vote and challenging the Central American country’s image as a progressive bastion. Costa Rica presidential candidates Antonio Alvarez Desanti, Rodolfo Piza, Carlos Alvarado, Fabricio Alvarado, and Juan Diego Castro, are seen before the debate for the Costa Rica 2018 presidential election in San Jose, Costa Rica, January 30, 2018.

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