Accessibility without Exclusion
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Accessibility without Exclusion (Partido Accesibilidad sin Exclusión, "PASE") is a political party in Costa Rica with a special focus on fighting for the rights of people with disabilities. PASE generally takes socially conservative stances, opposing LGBT rights, in vitro fertilization, and the separation of church and state.
|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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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. In the next election, party's support dropped even further gaining only 0.38% and losing its only seat.