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Nicaragua Panorama Darkens as Ortega Rejects Agenda for Democratization

  • Carlos Salinas Maldonado
  •  24 de mayo 2018

The protestors offered to relax roadblocks if the government would allow the agenda to procede, but dialogue ends without agreements, and the protests


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