On a diplomatic level, the most appropriate and necessary step would be clear public declarations opposing Ortega’s dictatorial policies.
Charges against self-organized were produced by devoted Ortega officials, who met to work in hotels with expenses paid.
The Tumarin hydroelectric plant, the Chinese satellite, the Venezuelan oil refinery, the rebirth of cotton crops and the inter-oceanic canal.
Services are overwhelmed, but the Presidency does not decree a humanitarian emergency. They investigate death of a Nicaraguan.
It’s not by fencing off criticism with barbed wire that we’ll manage to construct a democratic Nicaragua.
Interview with Max Blumenthal was a lament by Daniel Ortega against the Nica Act and individual sanctions.