Former Spanish European Parliament member asserts that Ortega fails in global politics, and insists on the urgent need for a negotiated solution
“I know retired members of the Army, the party structures and the government who supported the protest and continue to support the regime’s departure.”
In Ecuador, people protest because the fuel subsidy was cut and in Cuba, people pretend "normality" without regular transport services.
“We’re demanding our rights: that we be allowed to demonstrate, and respect for all the freedoms that we have a constitutional right to”
The political solution to the economic crisis demands more civic pressure from big business owners and the public sector
“It is not advisable to take steps to return yet (…) we have had reports of people that arrived from abroad who have been subjected to repression
As long as Ortega continues to cling to power, the economy will not lift its head and we will continue to suffer from unemployment
The Ortega-lovers continue to be blinded by the State-controlled media and repeat over and over: “Love and Peace”, even though it’s a lie