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Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), smiles during a walk in San Jose April 4, 2014. Costa Rica's center-left presidential candidate Solis is expected to cruise to victory in the run-off election on April 6 after his ruling party rival quit campaigning in a bizarre twist last month. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), smiles during a walk in San Jose April 4, 2014. Costa Rica's center-left presidential candidate Solis is expected to cruise to victory in the run-off election on April 6 after his ruling party rival quit campaigning in a bizarre twist last month. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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Supporters hold up party flags of Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), as they march past vehicles on a road, during the presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Supporters hold up party flags of Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), as they march past vehicles on a road, during the presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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Supporters wave party flags of Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), as they march through the streets, during the presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Supporters wave party flags of Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), as they march through the streets, during the presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), speaks to his supporters during a walk in San Jose April 4, 2014. Costa Rica's center-left presidential candidate Solis is expected to cruise to victory in the run-off election on April 6 after his ruling party rival quit campaigning in a bizarre twist last month. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), speaks to his supporters during a walk in San Jose April 4, 2014. Costa Rica's center-left presidential candidate Solis is expected to cruise to victory in the run-off election on April 6 after his ruling party rival quit campaigning in a bizarre twist last month. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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Luis Guillermo Solis (L), presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), sings beside a group of street musicians during a walk in San Jose April 4, 2014. Costa Rica's center-left presidential candidate Solis is expected to cruise to victory in the run-off election on April 6 after his ruling party rival quit campaigning in a bizarre twist last month. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Luis Guillermo Solis (L), presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), sings beside a group of street musicians during a walk in San Jose April 4, 2014. Costa Rica's center-left presidential candidate Solis is expected to cruise to victory in the run-off election on April 6 after his ruling party rival quit campaigning in a bizarre twist last month. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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Voters wait in line to cast their vote at a polling station during Costa Rica's presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Voters wait in line to cast their vote at a polling station during Costa Rica's presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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A voter prepares to cast her ballot at a polling station during Costa Rica's presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

A voter prepares to cast her ballot at a polling station during Costa Rica's presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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Women and children hold party flags of Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC) as they stand on a bridge, during Costa Rica's presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Women and children hold party flags of Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC) as they stand on a bridge, during Costa Rica's presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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Supporters wave party flags of Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), while travelling in a vehicle during the presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Supporters wave party flags of Luis Guillermo Solis, presidential candidate of the Citizens' Action Party (PAC), while travelling in a vehicle during the presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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Supporters wave party flags (green and white) of Johnny Araya, presidential candidate of the ruling National Liberation Party (PLN), while travelling in a vehicle during the presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate

Supporters wave party flags (green and white) of Johnny Araya, presidential candidate of the ruling National Liberation Party (PLN), while travelling in a vehicle during the presidential election run-off in San Jose April 6, 2014. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
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