Security & Strategic Review - June 2022

COSTA RICA: Chaves faces corruption and security challenges

Costa Rica’s new president, Rodrigo Chaves, whose Partido Progreso Social Democrático (PPSD) government took office on 8 May, faces various security-related challenges. A key priority is addressing a leading electoral complaint - institutional corruption, an issue on which he was able to capitalise, successfully spinning himself as the anti-establishment outsider.

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