Bush Intervenes in Costa Rica's Historic Vote on NAFTA Expansion - Stop Him Before He Pushes NAFTA to Peru!

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Just hours before Costa Ricans went to the polls in the world's first ever popular referendum on a NAFTA expansion, the Bush administration intervened in the country's sovereign election by threatening economic retaliation if citizens rejected CAFTA.

Nonetheless, the super-close vote outcome there debunks Bush's spin that Latin Americans are crying out for NAFTA-style deals – just as Bush trots out the same tired argument to gain support for NAFTA expansion to Peru, which is opposed by religious, labor and retiree groups there.

Please use the form below to let your elected officials know that you want them to hold Bush accountable for his reprehensible (and possibly illegal) foreign interventions on NAFTA expansion… and that a great time to start is by voting down Bush’s NAFTA expansion to Peru.

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March 21, 2019


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