“The charges are laughable”. That is how Nicaraguan writer Sergio Ramírez reacted to the arrest order issued against him by Daniel Ortega.
Ana Chamorro de Holmann is clearly a strong woman. At 94, she has lived through a lot of history, and suffered many misfortunes.
Orozco himself accused in absentia, speaks about his work to promote dialogue and democracy: “All the political prisoners are innocent.”
Despite insufficient proof, & the Prosecution failing to demonstrate beyond a reasonable doubt their guilt, they’re going to be found guilty.
Not only do these many violations render the trials null and void, but they also form the basis of future criminal charges…
International lawyer: as his options narrow, Ortega will have to decide between keeping them in jail, or staying in power.
The Oxfam director for Latin America and the Caribbean, affirmed that the Interior Ministry refused to receive “the papers they asked for”
Arrested in Bejucal after the July 11th protests, Mario Garcia learned what torture, faith, compassion, forgiveness and crying was in prison.
For children, “love is the most important thing, being attentive to them and them feeling like they have some support.”
Nicaragua offers Russia what it “hasn’t managed to consolidate a large presence in Latin America, beyond long-time allies Cuba and Venezuela.”