New Costa Rican leader faces obstacles to projects
The candidate who wins Costa Rica's presidential elections in May next year will face a fragmented parliament and obstacles to developing new projects, Costa Rican daily La República reported.
Negotiations with other political parties will be very important for the new president, according to analysts.
The country's three main parties hold a similar number of seats in parliament, making it difficult to reach an agreement or getting a majority in votes when it comes to approving new projects.
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