After approving the first reading of the fiscal plan in the Legislature, the Government has until next May to manage the parliamentary agenda and determine projects to be discussed.
The Presidency Minister Carlos Ricardo Benavides, said he will continue with the priorities that were listed, as the Traffic Act, Anti-Tobacco, Biomedical Research,Liquor Act, Investment Treaty with China, among others.
However, most of these projects are in committee or in consultation with the Constitutional Court.
For her part, President Laura Chinchilla said that security and housing projects will be on the agenda of the next few days.
After the end of the extraordinary session on April 30, deputies will be the ones to define the agenda of Congress.