The Way of the Politician in Nicaragua

Politicians in Nicaragua
Enrique Sáenz

Our politicians “way of being” neither falls from the sky nor appears by divine will. We shape it ourselves, day by day.

They Survived Two Hurricanes in a Row, but Their Lives Came to a Halt

Two Hurricanes in a row

“The first hurricane took away the zinc roofing sheets, the second hurricane took everything, it left nothing at all” says a resident of Bilwi

Hurricane Iotta leaves 21 dead and three missing in Nicaragua


Today's news report: two landslides in the same department, government abandons opposition municipalities; IMF provides millions in aid to Nicaragua

The Economist: “Ortega Will Stay in Power Indefinitely”

Social Security
Vladimir Vásquez

“The Economist” team predicts that Ortega will order new reforms to Social Security in 2022. They foresee growth in the national debt

Online Free Concert with Emerging Nicaraguan Artists

Emerging artist

A number of music groups and emerging artists will present a virtual concert and chat on November 26th. The event is sponsored by Project Emerge

Femicides Rise in Nicaragua during 2020

Femicides Rise in Nicaragua
Cindy Regidor

The majority of the victims were from rural areas. Thirty-eight of them were wives, girlfriends, former girlfriends or family members.

Remittances grow despite the coronavirus pandemic

Cinthia Membreño

Nicaraguan migrants become a “lifeline” in an economy in recession for the third consecutive year: 700,000 households in the country get them

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