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Photostream : Costa Rica’s new President Laura Chinchilla

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Costa Rican new President Laura Chinchilla delivers a speech after being sworn in during a ceremony at La Sabana Metropolitan Park in San Jose on May 8, 2010. Social conservative Chinchilla became Costa Rica’s first female president, taking over at a challenging time in one of Latin America’s most stable democracies.

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Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla gives her presidential address during her inauguration ceremony in San Jose May 8, 2010. Chinchilla, is the first woman president of Costa Rica and the 54th dating from 1848.

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Costa Rican new President Laura Chinchilla (R) kisses the presidential sash next to outgoing president Osacr Arias, after being sworn in at La Sabana Metropolitan Park in San Jose on May 8, 2010. Social conservative Chinchilla became Costa Rica’s first female president, taking over at a challenging time in one of Latin America’s most stable democracies.

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Costa Rican new President Laura Chinchilla (C) is congratuated by her husband Jose Maria Rico (R) as outgoing president Osacr Arias looks on, after being sworn in at La Sabana Metropolitan Park in San Jose on May 8, 2010. Social conservative Chinchilla became Costa Rica’s first female president, taking over at a challenging time in one of Latin America’s most stable democracies.

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Costa Rican new President Laura Chinchilla prepares to leave with her husband Jose Maria Rico and son Jose Maria Rico, after her inauguration at La Sabana Metropolitan Park in San Jose on May 8, 2010. Social conservative Chinchilla became Costa Rica’s first female president, taking over at a challenging time in one of Latin America’s most stable democracies.

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Costa Rican new President Laura Chinchilla (C) is congratuated by outgoing president Osacr Arias (R), after being sworn in at La Sabana Metropolitan Park in San Jose on May 8, 2010. Social conservative Chinchilla became Costa Rica’s first female president, taking over at a challenging time in one of Latin America’s most stable democracies.

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Followed by her son Jose Maria, Costa Rican new President Laura Chinchilla waves to the crowd after being sworn in at La Sabana Metropolitan Park in San Jose on May 8, 2010. Social conservative Chinchilla became Costa Rica’s first female president, taking over at a challenging time in one of Latin America’s most stable democracies.

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People cheers for Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla during her inauguration ceremony in San Jose, May 8, 2010. Chinchilla, is the first woman president of Costa Rica and the 54th dating from 1848.

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