The Nicaraguan chancellor ratified his country's willingness to promote world peace and stability in a meeting with Russian Foreign Affairs Minister Lavrov in Moscow.Full Story
In general, practically all reports on Nicaragua by international human rights institutions and organizations fail to check information supporting false claims, omit facts inconvenient to their findings and claim a commitment to transparency even while failing to engage adequately rival versions of events. They make highly selective use of sources and systematically avoid genuinely independent corroboration of accusations by seeking to verify accounts only with sources suffering from these self-same failings. This latest report for the UN Council for Human Rights shares these irremediable defects.Full Story
The Sandinista National Liberation Front sent a bill to remove the nationality of those who betray the constitutional principles related to the sovereignty and independence of Nicaragua.
"He is a humble man against whom the U.S-backed national oligarchy fueled a coup d’état," Ortega said.
He urged the U.S. to comply with the United Nations Charter, which prohibits state interference in the internal affairs of other countries.
The paper published by this University focuses on analyzing the U.S. policy on Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela to demonstrate its impact on the lives of these countries people.
"I thank you for the confidence you had in me. I am pleased to serve as Mayor," Santiago de Granada Mayor Pedro Vargas stated.
In the fertile mountains of Nicaragua, thousands of small-scale producers grow and process top-quality artisanal coffee, now with the added incentive of potentially breaking into the Chinese market.
His legacy "reinstated the glory of our peoples... and created the duty to incorporate his values into our lives and struggles," President Ortega pointed out.
The high level of participation of young people and women highlights the profound democratization of Nicaraguan society that has taken place in the last fifteen years.
The Sandinista National Liberation Front swept the elections by winning 153 mayorships.