After the protests that on July 11 shook dozens of towns and cities, an Excel document has not stopped being shared on social networks.
Since July 11, when the government blocked access, the demand for free internet access for Cubans has become a trend. Is it really possible?
On July 24, hundreds of protesters took to the streets across the country in anger at the decision. They demand the Attorney General resign.
The injustice has filled me with an internal strength that does away with the fear of whatever reprisals they might carry out against me.
Institutions controlled by Ortega disregard all norms of due practice, the Constitutional guarantees and signed international treaties.
Very hot days, with little rain except Sunday and Monday, The highs will be 32-33° C (90-91 F), & the lows 24-25° C (75-77 F).
Nicaragua first saw Cristian Tinoco’s face on the night of June 13, when her video begging for help began circulating through social media.
Eighty-eight-year-old Sara Naranjo took to the streets on July 11th, with an old pot in hand. She beat it with the handle of a knife…
“Our position, from the opposition, should be to tell the Ortega-Murillo regime we are not willing to play their game,” said Berta Valle
Peraza explained that with several candidates in jail none of the “enabling conditions” exist to hold free elections in Nicaragua.