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    Catholic pilgrim holding a Nicaraguan flag before leaving to Panama for the third World Youth Day with Pope Francis. | Photo: Reuters

Published 17 February 2019

The government of Daniel Ortega is pushing for greater understanding between business leaders and his adminstration in Nicaragua. 

On Saturday, Nicaragua’s government met with a group of private entrepreneurs to advance the process of dialogue and reconciliation within the Central American nation.

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The meeting was attended by representatives from the Catholic Church, namely Cardinal Leopoldo Jose Brenes Solorzano, Archbishop of Managua, and Monsignor Waldemar Stanisław Sommertag.

The Archdiocese issued a statement saying the meeting was taking place and reiterating the need to create understanding begin negotiations, through an inclusive, serious and frank meeting:

Presss Release: The government of Nicaragua met with business leaders. Attendees included Cardinal Leopoldo Brenes and Monsignor Waldemar Stanislaw, the papal representative in Nicaragua. 


After the April 2018 protests President of Nicaragua Daniel Ortega, reiterated the call for a dialogue with the opposition sectors to advance the stability and peace.

Nicaragua's Sandanista government has been the vicitim of interventionist statements by both the United States and  the Organization for American States (OAS). 

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