Daniel Ortega’s useful hostages

The enormous vulnerability of the majority population, for its part, can be used to slow down or temper international actions.

Nicaragua and the legitimization of authoritarianism

Ortega and Murillo’s behavior personified the electoral tactics of the great Latin American authoritarian figures since the nineteenth century.

OAS votes: Ortega’s reelection “has no legitimacy”

Twenty-five countries, a majority, demanded freedom for Ortega’s political prisoners and to begin application of the Democratic Charter.

Latin American governments reject “mock election” in Nicaragua

Costa Rica, Chile, Peru, Panama, Dominican Republic, Uruguay, Colombia and Ecuador vow that they will continue to pressure within the OAS.

Chronicle of a massive and premeditated electoral fraud on November 7

To the amount of votes reported in favor of Ortega, the CSE fraud added about one million extra votes

Relatives of political prisoners fear “political vengeance”

Political prisoners’ relatives call on the international community to remain alert for possible consequences of Daniel Ortega’s tirade

Daniel Ortega, the “most popular” president in the Americas

Daniel Ortega like Nicolas Maduro come from the Ñico López School in Havana where the future puppets of the Cuban dictatorship are made.

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