Political Trial for Nicaragua’s “Water Carriers” Suspended

political trial suspended

They arrived at the judicial complex wearing T-shirts with the slogan “we are missing 65,” in reference to the number of Ortega’s political prisoners

Salvadoran Prosecutor’s Office Seizes Assets from accomplices of Mauricio Funes

accomplices of Mauricio Funes

Nine properties, six vehicles and four bank accounts confiscated to two former officials of the ex-President, granted asylum by Daniel Ortega

Impunity Facilitates the Killings of Indigenous People in Bosawas

Impunity Facilitates
Ivette Munguía

The State’s permissiveness over the last decade has left a trail of death, grief, deforestation, and a more pronounced agricultural frontier

Expelled Nicaraguan University Students Deserve Amnesty

José-Zamyr Vega Gutiérrez

According to the terms of the amnesty law, the expulsion should be annulled and the students allowed to continue with their academic lives

Guatemala Will Not Break Relations with Nicaragua as it did with Venezuela

Relations with Nicaragua

The new president of Guatemala, Alejandro Giammattei, broke relations with the Venezuelan regime shortly after taking office

The Enemies of Unity in the Nicaraguan Opposition

enemies of unity
Enrique Sáenz

These malignant cysts that we all carry inside are the true enemies of unity. Our enemies, but Ortega’s friends

What Nicaragua Can Learn from Anti-Corruption Efforts in Guatemala and Honduras

Anti-Corruption Efforts
Carlos F. Chamorro

Charles Call, international expert on matters of peace, speaks about the challenges that Nicaragua will face in the struggle against corruption

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