If Ortega would like a reconciliation with the truth, he should suspend the police state and free the political prisoners.
Jorge Ramos: The winner won’t be known on Tuesday, “unless there’s a Biden landslide.” The mail-in ballots must be counted first.
On Tuesday, October 27, the Nicaraguan National Assembly, dominated by the Sandinista party machine, approved the “Special Cybercrimes Law”.
“The increased mortality is directly or indirectly related to COVID-19,” confirms Dr. Ciro Ugarte, who directs the PAHO Department of Health Emergencies.
The rushed laws are based on the regime’s urgency to adapt the Cuban and Venezuelan “model” of repressive authoritarianism to Nicaragua.
Almudena Bernabeu litigated cases such as the massacre of the Jesuits in El Salvador and genocide against Rios Montt in Guatemala.
A strong alliance is needed in Nicaragua for truth and transparency to prevail over government repression and negligence.
Paradoxically, at Daniel Ortega’s moment of greatest weakness, the opposition lacks the leadership and strategy to fill the power vacuum.
“They’re not going to intimidate the church with those attacks,” Belli affirms.
Carlos F. Chamorro comments on the state of the Ortega-Murillo regime.