Accessibility without Exclusion
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|President||Óscar Andrés López Arias|
|Secretary-General||Hugo Navas Vargas|
|Vicepresident||Odilie Lucía Poveda Palavicini|
|Treasurer||Claudia Escobar Berdugo|
|Colours||Blue and White|
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Accessibility without Exclusion (Partido Accesibilidad sin Exclusión, "PASE") is a conservative political party in Costa Rica with special focus on fighting for the rights of people with disabilities. On other issues, PASE takes socially conservative stances, being opposed to LGBT rights, in vitro fertilization, and the separation of church and state.
In the 2006 general elections, the party won 1.59% of the legislative vote, gaining one seat in the legislature. In 2010, the party surged to 9.17% of the vote, winning four seats in the legislature and entering into coalition with the governing National Liberation Party. In 2014, the party's vote fell to 3.95%, and it lost all but one of its seats.
- Official website (in Spanish)
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