Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate for the Citizens' Action Party, arrives to deliver a speech to his supporters in San Jose February 2, 2014. A left-leaning former diplomat edged ahead in ... more 
Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate for the Citizens' Action Party, arrives to deliver a speech to his supporters in San Jose February 2, 2014. A left-leaning former diplomat edged ahead in Costa Rica's presidential election on Sunday as a strong showing by two leftist parties threatened to wrest power from the centrist government in an April run-off. Solis, an academic who has never been elected to office, edged ahead of ruling party candidate Johnny Araya despite trailing in pre-election polls and early vote returns. REUTERS/Randall Campos (COSTA RICA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) less 
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