That’s how it is. One dictator is the same as the other in their repressive and criminal nature, whatever their party origin.
A brief history of trade unionism in the political opposition in Nicaragua and a call to the new National Coalition.
Militancy is the attitude, the activity and the ideology which determines the presence of a citizen in a political party, union or church in a conscious and willing way, always after the materialization of an objective, be it political, economic, social or religious.
No one in Nicaragua is unaware of the pseudo-mystical treatises of co-dictator Rosario Murillo, occurring at the margins of the political and ideological battles in the media and amid the dictatorship’s repressive actions with their dark consequences.
Any definition of the substantive cruelty that you know, will lead you inevitably to think about the behavior and feelings of the dictatorial couple Ortega-Murillo, and to imagine how, during the last bloody seven months, they have enjoyed ordering the repression first, and contemplate the suffering of others afterwards.
Among the US allies who voted in the UN against the blockade, are the 21 countries that in the OAS condemned the Ortega dictatorship and supported our people. The votes in favor of Cuba, was because the blockade violates international law and the votes against the Ortega dictatorship because it violates the human rights of the Nicaraguan people.
There have been a number of observations aired on the independent television channels here regarding the role of the student delegates and the bishops who are the mediators and guarantors of the currently stagnated national dialogue.