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The Ortega Dictatorship Crosses the Red Line

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Enrique Sáenz

Something broke in this latest onslaught, altering the path of events. Ortega has evidently opted for a de facto suspension of the elections.


Ortega’s Police Arrest President of Nicaragua’s Largest Bank

They point to the banker with the same “Sovereignty Law” cited to justify the arrests of presidential candidates and other opponents


The Throwback of Daniel Ortega

La Jornada

The reason for the persecution is the desire of Ortega and Murillo, to go to elections without opposition in order to perpetuate themselves in power


OAS Condemns Arrests of Opposition in Nicaragua

Juan Carlos Bow

The Permanent Council approves a resolution with a large majority; only five member states abstained and three voted against.


Ortega Regime Cries “Intervention” in Nicaraguan Affairs

Ana Lucía Cruz

The government tries to justify repressive actions that it has carried out in recent weeks against opponents and presidential candidates


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U.S. “will respond” with sanctions to the political situation of Nicaragua

Juan Carlos Bow

Joe Biden’s advisor warns that the U.S. is "discussing" how to take joint actions with European and Latin American countries


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