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Regime Tries to “Clothe in Legality” their Confiscation of Popol Na

Cinthya Torrez

Former guerrilla leader Mónica Baltodano maintains that “legally” the building doesn’t belong to the government.


Challenges Facing a Potential New Government in Nicaragua

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Guillermo Cortés Domínguez

How to overcome the problems of a dictatorship to democracy transition. Punish criminals. Do justice, not revenge.


Daniel Ortega Supporters Create Closed Conversation Networks

Journalist and researcher Mildred Largaespada feels that the opposition has more ‘freedom” to converse on social networks.


FSLN Campaigning: The EVU and the Single-Party State Machinery

Octavio Enríquez

With the opposition in jail, the FSLN is campaigning with state resources. It also maintains political surveillance of voters in the neighborhoods


Antonia Urrejola’s Appointment Brings “Great Expectations” in Nicaragua

Ana Lucía Cruz

Chilean lawyer Antonia Urrejola was elected as president of the 2021 Board of Directors of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights


European Deputies Analyze Election Panorama for Nicaragua

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Ana Lucía Cruz

European deputies say they’ll “remain on the side of the Nicaraguan people.” They pledge to exert more pressure on the Ortega regime.


More than 3,000 people deceased with covid-19 symptoms in Nicaragua

In the last month, 51 people suspected of having coronavirus have died. Meanwhile, Minsa suppresses death toll and promotes slow vaccination process


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