Victoria Cardenas and Berta Valle: “There can be no elections with a kidnapped opposition”

“Our position, as opposition, should really be to tell the regime that we are not willing to play their game,” said Maradiaga's wife

Jose Antonio Peraza: “We Are in an Electoral Abnormality”

Twenty-four hours after the interview with Esta Semana, the promoter of electoral reforms was arrested by the Police.

The Dangerous Job of Defending Ortega’s Political Prisoners

Five of the political prisoners’ defense attorneys have fled the country, following an uptick in threats against them

Ortega Regime Seeks to Eliminate 24 NGOs, the Majority being Medical Associations

Medical groups that criticized the regime for its handling of the pandemic are the most harshly punished by the initiative

Repression or Diversity, the Decision Facing Cuba

The events in Cuba starting with the nationwide July 11th protests added to the alarming crisis already affecting the vast majority of the population

Artists and Power

The massive rebellion of July 11 in Cuba owes much to the courage of the San Isidro Movement, and the song “Patria y Vida.”

Nicaraguan Doctors Questioned for Covid-19 Comments

The authorities mentioned the Cybercrimes Law. The doctors first received a verbal citation and afterwards they received the summons through their mail

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