This awakening was not about ideologies, but for the country and against a common adversary: the Ortega-Murillo dictatorship.
The bishop calls on Nicaragua’s Catholic faithful not to be “indifferent to the victims” of the country’s socio-political crisis.
“I have never felt so close to death like that afternoon, the day of the Mothers’ March,” she recalls.
Microfinance companies posted losses of 29.5 million dollars in 2018, a 334% reduction compared to 2017
The crisis of continued violence and lawlessness is suffocating tourism. Hotels, restaurants and rental homes lie empty while more businesses close
“It has been almost a year since Ortega-Murillo launched their fury against an unarmed people, but the wounds continue open and are still bleeding”
“They are not fulfilling anything,” denounces Juan Sebastian Chamorro, referring to the two agreements signed in Managua.