Carlos Alvarado, presidential candidate of the ruling Partido Accion Cuidadana – Citizens’ Action Party – PAC, spoke to Reuters during an interview in San Jose, March 26, 2018.
Carlos Alvarado, presidential candidate of the ruling Citizens’ Action Party (PAC), speaks during an interview with Reuters in San Jose, Costa Rica March 26, 2018. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate.
Carlos Alvarado says he will slash the country’s growing fiscal deficit by half if he wins Sunday’s run-off election, a contest in which economic concerns have taken a back seat to a debate over gay marriage.
Carlos Alvarado, 38, trails in some polls behind Fabricio Alvarado – no relation – while others show the pair running neck-and-neck.
Carlos Alvarado, who unlike his opponent supports gay marriage, told Reuters on Monday he aims to