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Since the nineteenth century when Costa Rica gained independence from Spain on September fifteenth 1821 there have been few interruptions in this democratic development With a population of over 38 million Spanish-speaking residents Costa Rica a largely agricultural country has expanded its economy to include strong technology and tourism sectors This democratic republic has very high temperatures being only about seven hundred miles from the equator Surrounded by two well-known bodies of water the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean It is a great tourist attraction One very important aspect of Costa Rica is its very stable government The Costa Rican government a democratic republic is very strong It follows its ruling on a constitution which was ratified on November seventh 1949 Through suffrage which is permitted at age eighteen the president vice president and second vice president are elected In the Supreme Court twenty-two justices are elected for eight-year terms Currency in Costa Rica consists of colones For one US dollar you would receive 35982 colones Throughout all seven provinces Alajuela Cartago Guanacaste Heredia Limon Puntarenas and San Jose the capitol president Abel Pacheco is under control The Costa Rican law system is based on the Spanish civil law system The governmental aspect of Costa Rica is complex strong and great for carrying our the needs of the country Costa Rica is one of many lucky countries to be under a very committed rule The part most people would not know is that there are two vice presidents which doesnt seem like a bad idea I would say that the government seems able to withstand anything As you can see Costa Rica is warm sunny and a great country in everyway
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