The ruler minimized the crisis affecting private business in Nicaragua. “Some of them (private companies) are going bankrupt? Let them go under!”
The president, who had announced new elections earlier in the day, faced serious fraud claims from the October 20 elections
“Ortega’s being served notice that he hasn’t disappeared from Washington’s radar”, just a few days before the deadline for the report from the OEA
In spite of living with guns pointing at us that force us to remain hands up in Nicaragua, we are still fighting, like Ali facing Frazier.
“She invites other people to attack and criminalize those who have protested in the streets,” declares Erika Guevara of Amnesty International
Economic policies are not an “adequate response” to the crisis, values the Justice and Peace Commission of the Archdiocese of the Nicaraguan capital