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  Number 423 | Octubre 2016
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Nicaragua

At a critical juncture without knowing where we’re bound
In response to all the moves by President Ortega to render Nicaragua’s November 6 general elections both a fraud and a farce, the opposition has been urging mass voter abstention to demonstrate their... continuar...

Nicaragua

Nicaragua briets
RENÉ NÚÑEZ DIES AT 69 René Núñez, a member of the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) since his youth and one of the party’s most respected leaders, died in a Costa Rican hospital on... continuar...

Nicaragua

The Nica Act puts us at high risk but must we repeat the Myth of Sisyphus?
The Nicaraguan government’s urgent need to replace Venezuela’s collapsed cooperation with more fiscal resources for its social spending and public investment had already created a dilemma for the government’s... continuar...

Nicaragua

Armed to the teeth:Nicaragua’s remilitarization
In April of this year, the Russian media confirmed that Nicaragua is obtaining lethal materiel via bilateral agreements with Russia. The April 25 Spanish edition of Sputnik News published a note from... continuar...

El Salvador

The repeal of the Amnesty Law: A bittersweet ruling
On July 13, the Supreme Court of Justice’s Constitutional Bench announced four rulings of unconstitutionality on its Twitter account, demonstrating its capacity to influence national life. Two were... continuar...

México

Peña Nieto’s “imbecility” and the teachers’ ability to keep struggling
The Mexican teachers’ constant and determined struggle, underpinned by their unshakable resistance and convictions, continues in a context in which President Enrique Peña Nieto, despite expensive media... continuar...

Centroamérica

“We live in politically democratic but socially fascist societies”
Boaventura de Sousa Santos has a doctorate in Sociology of Law from Yale University and is a sociology professor at Portugal’s University of Coimbra and at the Institute for Legal Studies of the University... continuar...

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