The rural leader has left Nicaragua and remains in Costa Rica. “They have forced us to migrate, but they haven’t silenced us".
The historic conditions for forging a National Blue and White Collaboration are more difficult than past efforts.
"Support for Ortega goes from 23 to 34% and no longer reaches his 38% threshold", says Nicaraguan politician Eliseo Nunez.
In the spirit of solidarity with the people of Nicaragua, we add our voices to the call for a significant United Nations and OAS presence in Nicaragua.
Says Juan Sebastian Chamorro, the director of the Nicaraguan Foundation for Economic and Social Development.
“We are going to send the police so that (businesses) keep their doors open, to provide them with security,” warned Ortega.
Real change begins, after Ortega leaves power, with dismantling the structures of the dictatorship and putting an end to impunity.