Ortega Imposes a “Police State” in Nicaragua

march "Together we are homeland"
Wilfredo Miranda Aburto

Police “do not authorize, and will not authorize” public demonstrations, alleging that those involved are “coup mongers and have no legal status”

Repression of Women Once again a Weapon of War

Five participants in the forum “Women in resistance, in the face of repression” analyze the violence exercised by the state under the Ortega regime.

Political Prisoners in Nicaragua Reaches 610 and Rising


At least 46 women, 28 minors and 3 transsexual women are among the political prisoners of the Ortega and Murillo regime.

Open Letter to the Sandinistas who Support Daniel Ortega

Gioconda Belli

Poor are the prisoners; the unemployed; poor are those who’ve left the country; poor are those who will suffer most the collapse of the economy.

Photo Expo of the Civic Rebellion at Nicaragua’s Central American University

At seven months of civic rebellion, it portrays the violent repression of Daniel Ortega’s Government.

Dictatorships, Truth and Justice: What Awaits Nicaragua?

Enrique Sáenz

The processes of obtaining justice can be slow, but they inevitably reach those responsible for brutality. No matter how safe they feel today.

“Journalism Is a Dangerous Profession in Nicaragua”

Wilfredo Miranda Aburto

Edison Lanza, Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression of the IACHR warns: “Nicaragua is the country in the region that has the most arbitrary dete

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