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The Aftermath of the Election Day Abstention Protest

nicas no votan
Carlos F. Chamorro

The challenge lies in transforming the protest expressed by abstention into a new political and social force for democratic change.


When the Revolution Claims Your Uterus

Mateo Jarquín


FSLN Distributes 71 Deputy’s Seats, Leaving 21 for the “miskitos”

Wilfredo Miranda Aburto

From this tainted Parliament figures previously accused of corruption such as Byron Jérez will be making the laws.


Nicaragua: Halleslevens to head the National Assembly

Frente Sandinista
Arlen Cerda

n the FSLN electoral sweep, 64 deputies from the official party will maintain control of Parliament with an insignificant presence of deputies from the


Ortega and Murillo are “the losers”

Arlen Cerda

The Supreme Electoral Council’s report inverts the numbers: the 70% abstention rate registered by the opposition becomes a participation rate of 68.2%.


OAS to “make an appearance” at the Nicaragua electoral farce

Wilfredo Miranda Aburto

They’ll meet with experts invited by the government on November 6th


Nicaragua: Twenty Years of Confidencial

Carlos F. Chamorro

Quality journalism that plants seeds of truth is part of the change that will prevail in this country


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