Visit: Two and a half months after the electoral elections that will decide the successor of the current president of Costa Rica, Laura Chinchilla, the candidates for this position give their opinion about same-sex unions.
For some candidates, this issue is not important for the country and according to others it is key to pass the law of coexistence societies so that homosexual marriages can be entitled to pension, insurance and inheritance, among others.
José María Villalta. candidate for the Frente Amplio party has said that "if two people regardless of their sexual orientation share their life and live together, I don't see the reason to discriminate against them." Subscribe for the latest news from your country: