An autocrat's dream: a presidential "election" without opposition candidates. That's what president daniel ortega'>Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega is now proposing.
president daniel ortega'>Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega controls the media and funnels the money back to his family. How? Buying out broadcasters and punishing anyone trying to speak out
#CNF Daniel Ortega Orders Electoral Reform “Without Changes in the Electoral Council”. Sources linked to the Sandinista Front party revealed to Confidencial that President Ortega created a working group to design a[...]...
#CNF Ortega Says he will “Respect” Trump’s Claim that the Biden Win was Illegitimate. On Sunday November 8th, Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega interrupted 19 days of absence and silence with a public appearance. In[...]...
#CNF EIU: Sanctions on Nicaragua’s Army, Trump’s last card on Ortega. The sanctions of the United States Department of the Treasury against officials and relatives of President Daniel Ortega, have not[...]...
Nicaragua is an outlier in the fight against coronavirus: its schools and shops are open. But one person is conspicuously absent from public view. The president, Daniel Ortega, hasn't been seen in 25 days.
At least 300 people, including students and young children, have been killed in Nicaragua in protests against the government. President Daniel Ortega has rejected calls to resign and blames paramilitary groups for the deaths.
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Government forces in Nicaragua shot dead two young men at a protest site at a church Saturday, the clergy said, on the third day of nationwide demonstrations against President Daniel Ortega, a former revolutionary hero now accused of authoritarianism
Gunmen shot and killed three people during a massive demonstration in Nicaragua against President Daniel Ortega’s government.
At least 25 people have been killed in protests in Nicaragua, according to local human rights organizations. 120+ have been injured. President Daniel Ortega said he will cancel the welfare system overhaul that sparked the protests last week.
It’s day 3 of civil unrest in Nicaragua after the govt of President Daniel Ortega cut pensions. Riot police have been suppressing protests: ∙ At least 3 people are dead ∙ At least 48 are injured ∙ 3 TV stations broadcasting the protests lost their signals