“It has been almost a year since Ortega-Murillo launched their fury against an unarmed people, but the wounds continue open and are still bleeding”
Le pape François a demandé à Mgr Silvio Baez, évêque auxiliaire de Managua (Nicaragua), "d’aller à Rome un certain temps". Le prélat, critique du président Daniel Ortega, a reçu de nombreuses menaces de mort.
David Solorzano was 17 when he picked up a rifle and joined the Sandinista guerrillas. Thirty-nine years later, the Ortega regime is after him for having rebelled.
Young Nicaraguans tell what April means to them, the month the civic insurrection began.
Police were deployed all around Managua’s urban center and in other points around the country to prevent flash protests. Nicaraguans went out on the streets anyway.
econstruir la democracia y recuperar la confianza social va a requerir tiempo y esfuerzo en Nicaragua, un nuevo diálogo entre sectores universitarios y organizaciones civiles con miembros del Gobierno tiene expectativas limitadas.
It will soon be a year since massive protests unexpectedly erupted in Nicaragua, initially driven by thousands of students who were protesting what had become an accumulation of grievances.
The Civic Alliance demands implementation of the accord to release political prisoners and restore freedoms, but there are no agreements on issues.
Nicaragua on Friday released another 50 people jailed for protesting against President Daniel Ortega's government, bringing the number freed since late February to about 200 in a unilateral action separate from a broader deal covering hundreds considered political prisoners.
50 opositores fueron excarcelados la madrugada de este viernes en Nicaragua como parte de los acuerdos firmados en el diálogo que concluyó este miércoles.