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The Silence of Big Business in Nicaragua’s Civic Rebellion

Vilma Castillo

“Pellas, Ortiz, Zamora and the council of large business owners stand before a fork in the road: wait for something to change, accept Ortega’s offer


Nicaraguan Business Execs Call for Unity

Maynor Salazar

It is the commitment that the private sector has, not only as entrepreneurs, but as citizens, explained Jose Adan Aguerri, President of Cosep


Nicaraguan Mother who Lost Her Son to Ortega’s Forces Speaks at UN

Yader Luna

The mother of an assassinated youth pleaded for the UN ambassadors’ support to bring justice to Nicaragua.


Ortega Prohibits Entry of the OAS Commission to Nicaragua

confidencial.com.ni

Immigration informed airline managers that “entry is not authorized” to the country. The commission has already been notified.


Fabrication of Crimes Used to Repress in Nicaragua

Wilfredo Miranda Aburto

Aggravated theft, illegal arms possession and drug trafficking are the most common crimes they are accused


Caught Between Famine and Violence: The Miskitos’ Silent Crisis

Wilfredo Miranda Aburto

Nicaragua’s sociopolitical crisis has a differentiated impact among the Miskitos


Forty Years Since the Sandinista Revolution: Could it Have Been Different?

Luis Carrión Cruz

Daniel Ortega has Nicaragua trapped in a dictatorial crisis with no clear or easy way out given his determination to remain in power at all cost


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