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Daniel Ortega’s Socialism

Enrique Sáenz

With the crisis in Nicaragua, the true anti-poor nature of Daniel Ortega’s regime has been more clearly visible

Daniel Ortegas Socialism

Nicaragua in Front of the Bolivian Mirror

Nicaragua in Front of Bolivia
Wilfredo Miranda Aburto

The Bolivian protests played a key part, followed by the OAS report documenting the fraud, but the final push was given by the armed forces


Eden Pastora: What Happens if Daniel Ortega Falls Sick or Dies?

Eden Pastora

The former guerrilla commander discards VP Rosario Murillo and says that Ortega is obeyed “more for love” than for “discipline”


What Opposition, for What Changes?

opposition in nicaragua
Harley Morales-Pon

The struggle for power is fought in a contest that finds the political space between the Ortega-Murillo regime and the Blue and White people simplified


Nicaragua Interprets the Resignation of Evo Morales: Armed Forces were Key

resignation of evo morales
Maynor Salazar

“What the Army did was to side with the people, by saying they would not attack the people,” says Tunnermann; while Ortega condemns “coup d’etat”


Daniel Ortega’s Response to Companies in Crisis: “Let Them Fail!”

Companies in Crisis

The ruler minimized the crisis affecting private business in Nicaragua. “Some of them (private companies) are going bankrupt? Let them go under!”


Evo Morales Resigns after Nearly 14 Years as President of Bolivia

The now former president of Bolivia, Evo Morales

The president, who had announced new elections earlier in the day, faced serious fraud claims from the October 20 elections


New US Sanctions Sound a Warning for Daniel Ortega

Roberto Lopez, Ramon Avellan and Lumberto Campbell
Iván Olivares

“Ortega’s being served notice that he hasn’t disappeared from Washington’s radar”, just a few days before the deadline for the report from the OEA


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